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  1. Perfectly legal for huge companies to not pay US taxes on income earned abroad. Often that “income” is a royalty paid by the US for the right to use trademarks or patents owned by the foreign subsidiary, or creative transfer pricing.
    Of course an average Joe earning a little interest on a bank account in Europe isn’t treated that way. when the money is earned abroad.

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