Microsoft Australia pays extra tax after ATO audit

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Microsoft Australia pays extra tax after ATO audit

Shifts hundreds of millions in revenue back to Australia.

Microsoft Australia has booked an additional $326 million of revenue - and paid an extra $39 million in tax - after restructuring its operating model following an ATO audit. The company settled with the ATO in August 2017 to resolve matters from a company audit covering its 2010 to 2013 ...

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