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Exxon Mobil says it pays plenty — more in U.S. taxes than it earned in the United States last year. Not so, say critics of the oil industry; the Center for American Progress says the oil giant’s effective federal income tax rate is about half the 35 percent standard for U.S. companies.

How much tax does Exxon pay?

Exxon Mobil counts everything — not just federal income taxes, but also local property taxes, state taxes, gasoline taxes and payroll taxes. The …

What America's Biggest Companies Pay In Taxes? ExxonMobil’s cashflow statement shows $4.2 billion in cash income taxes paid. The company says that in the decade to 2015 it made $82 billion in …

How much Tax does Big Oil Actually Pay? The group, Citizens for Tax Justice, are complaining that ExxonMobil are only paying tax rates of 13% on its US profits, but this is to compensate for the huge tax bills it faces elsewhere around

How much do oil companies really pay in taxes?

Exxon Mobil counts everything — not just federal income taxes, but also local property taxes, state taxes, gasoline taxes and payroll taxes. The …

“Why Does Exxon Mobil Favor a Carbon Tax? Exxon Mobil and its allies have consistently opposed raising or even maintaining the current level of gasoline fuel taxes and for more than 30 years have successfully kept the federal gas tax rate from rising although, as my earlier post showed, just restoring the federal gas tax to its inflation-adjusted 1993 level would be equivalent to a

Why Debt is a Bigger Problem for ExxonMobil Than It Might Seem? So while ExxonMobil has managed to release debt on a fixed-rate basis between 1.9% and 3.1%, if its free cash flow shrinks, it will have less available cash to pay down its debt down the road.

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