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Google May Be Taxed By The French Government
2012-11-01 05:10:52

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online According to French newspaper Le Canard Enchaîné, search giant Google is being asked to pay the French tax office 1 billion euros, or $1.3 billion. The newspaper claims the tax authorities are planning on using the payment to make up for revenues from France routed through Google Ireland. So far, neither the tax office nor Google have much more to say about the matter. According to the AFP new agency,...

2012-10-09 04:00:25

Learn Why Most Tax Payers Overpay Their Taxes By $4800, And How To Collect It By Utilizing The Secret Method To ReClaim Overpayment Of Taxes. (PRWEB) October 08, 2012 Karla Dennis gives another amazing free webinar teleconference. This time it's about educating the average taxpayer about overpaying on their taxes. The average taxpayer overpays by $4800. Learn how to avoid this by listening to the world renowned tax strategist and nationally recognized enrolled agent, Karla Dennis who was...

2012-09-10 23:02:33

Tax Specialist And Business Consultant Karla Dennis Shares What It Takes To Raise Income And Receive A Tax Cut. A Formula To Business Success Is Revealed For Anyone Who Has Or Wishes To Succeed Financially WIth A New Business. (PRWEB) September 10, 2012 This announcement is of the public webinar for everyone to access get to be to participate and listen in to hear Karla Dennis go over her latest webinar called "Give Yourself A Raise And A Tax Cut" Find out where you are unwittingly leaving...

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