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Bailouts spur calls to end tax dodges

At the same time some massive companies are relying on taxpayers for help, they have been finding ways to avoid paying taxes.

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / October 21, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Some of the financial giants that are turning to US taxpayers for unprecedented assistance have used disputed practices over the years to avoid the payment of billions of dollars in taxes for themselves and their clients, according to tax specialists, court records, and a Senate investigation committee. (Full article: 1298 words)

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