Apple tax bill could climb by €9bn as firms dig in

Apple tax bill could climb by €9bn as firms dig in

UCC economist Seamus Coffey argues that changes to Apple’s Irish operation in 2015 might cost the company as much as €3 billion per year

Apple could end up owing Ireland another €9 billion on top of the €13 billion it is already facing in back taxes, according to the one of the state’s leading corporate tax experts.

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