Google Offered giving Italy €280 Million for Unpaid Taxes

Google Offered giving Italy €280 Million for Unpaid Taxes

American IT company Google offered Italian tax organs to pay 270-280 million euro as compensation for unpaid taxes.

This was announced by the Reuters agency, based on own well informed sources.

At the moment Italian tax offices are examining the tender, but as a start, they need to make it clear how the company is going to declare their income in the country.

Also, how the eventual agreement about the issue will affect the future dues of Google in relation to taxpaying in Italy.

“Google keeps cooperating the competent organs,” the agency quotes a company representative.

In 2016, Italian Tax Police ascertained that Google hadn’t paid 227 million euro in taxes for the period between 2009 and 2013.

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