MATH PROBLEM: If BP Made $36 Billion In 2010, And Their Tax Rate Is 35%, How Big Was Their Tax Bill?

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There's a bunch of corporate tax loopholes that allowed BP to pay $0 in taxes in 2010. Companies seem to be really good at not doing their patriotic duty. So some hackers decided to bring that to your attention in the most entertaining way possible.

First, learn what the corporations do when they play their games. Then play their game. (Sorry mobile users, the game won't work on your phone. Use your tax break to build a mobile app.)


This is my personal favorite. 


That's right, BP ruined a chunk of our country and got a REFUND. Now play the game and see what you can do to stop them.



Click here to see all the fact-checked data, Like Tax Evaders on Facebook, then share this so your coworkers have a good educational reason to procrastinate at work.

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