The taxes paid (and not paid) of some of America’s largest corporates has been a topic much discussed by the Occupy Wall Street movement and others recently. But are our big oil companies, like Exxon and Chevron, along with banks like Chase and Citigroup, paying their fair share of taxes?
While, some corporations (like Conoco-Phillips) pay an estimated 42% effective tax rate, others (like GE) pay a rate in the single digits. Read more on the infographic created by Mint.com to learn the facts. (source Forbes)