Apple is paying Ireland $15.4 billion in back taxes — so why are the Irish saying no?


So why is that nation appealing the decision?

Source: NBC

After a contentious EU ruling, Apple has agreed to pay $15.4 billion in back taxes to Ireland.

Source: NBC

Ireland expects the US iPhone maker to start paying billions in back taxes, after the EU said in 2016 the money was the result of Apple receiving unfair tax incentives and launching a lawsuit against Ireland.

Source: Deutsche Welle

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