``"between 2002 and 2009, during which timeframe the firm made a generous $164.4 billion in pretax net income (not to mention $639 billion in domestic revenue, just over half of total revenues of $1.2 trillion) it paid only $5 billion in domestic current taxes, or a 3.17% tax rate!"'' -- Don't you try to avoid paying your 15-30% taxes though, citizen (nevermind that to truly get as good a deal as corporations, you should really only be taxed on your savings, not your entire income/wages).

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