Irish taxman sees disputed Apple bill remaining around $16 billion

Niall Cody told a parliamentary committee when asked if the bill will be in line with the record EU estimate


Reuters February 23, 2018
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Ireland expects the final disputed tax bill that the European Commission ordered it to collect from Apple to be “in the ballpark” of the 13 billion euros ($16 billion) estimated, the head of the country’s tax collectors said on Thursday.

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“It’s in that ballpark,” Revenue Commissioners’ chairman Niall Cody told a parliamentary committee when asked if the bill his office is obliged to calculate will be in line with the record EU estimate, which both Dublin and Apple are appealing.

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“Over 95 per cent of the calculations are completed and we have agreed with the Commission that all our calculations will be with them before the end of April.”

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