Google to end "Double Irish, Dutch sandwich" tax scheme

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Google to end "Double Irish, Dutch sandwich" tax scheme

Allowed it to delay paying US taxes.

Google parent Alphabet will no longer use an intellectual property licensing scheme, known as the "Double Irish, Dutch sandwich", which allowed it to delay paying US taxes, 2018 tax filings show. A Google spokesman on Tuesday confirmed it would scrap the licensing structure, saying ...

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