According to Watchman, $29 Billion Is a Lot of Money, Even for Epstein Island Regulars Like Bill Gates. If the US Tax Service, Which Is Now Manned With Tens of Thousands of Newly Weaponized (Literally) Tax Collectors, Begins to Pursue the Magnificent Dirtbag, Back Taxes With Bill Gates and Microsoft

HNewsWire: by Tyler Durden “That’s a nice little business you got there, it would be a pity if the IRS confiscated it…” In an 8K filed by Microsoft after the close, the company said it received notices from IRS seeking additional payment of $28.9b plus penalties and interest for the tax years 2004-2013; the payments stem from disagreements over the tax treatment of intercompany transfer pricing, a well-known corporate tax black hole. It was not immediately clear if these notices suggested the company had underpaid taxes on purpose or if there was a TurboTax-style glitch, but whatever the reason, $29 billion is a lot of money, even for Epstein island regulars such as Bill Gates. Naturally, Microsoft said that it disagrees with the notices and will vigorously contest them, and “does not expect” a final resolution on these issues in…

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