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Dec 28, 2010
This also makes ordinary taxpayers to transfer their sandwiches to the firms. Long live mighty multinational corporations!
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Dec 28, 2010
"So . . . that would transfer our tax burden to people who can't afford tax attorneys."

Also known as you and I, the common taxpayer.
Dec 28, 2010
HillFitz23, et al,

The Urban Dictionary website will best define the other sandwich version.

Just look up a phrase whose first word rhymes with "hit" but add an "s" to the beginning of "hit" and "sandwich" to the end...

Pan global corporate tax avoidance schemes are just so warm and fuzzy. Interesting how country governments can't get their minds around this flow of capital to avoid taxation. If you or I try to claim something on our taxes that is ~slippery~, we could go to jail and pay fines... Government taxs win the battles but lose the war.
These corporations often request tax abatement to relocate or locate physical plants in an area yet then the execs complain that the public tax-funded education system does not provide decently trained workers. Cause/effect anyone?
Dec 28, 2010
Bless Dogbert - I know I worked with him at a large financial services firm. What a humanitarian!
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Dec 28, 2010
Well, for a silly name like that it saved $12 billion for Google Inc. [w w w.msnbc.msn.com/id/39784907/ns/business-bloomberg_businessweek]
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