The 10 highest, lowest tax rates among S&P 100 companies

Personal finance website, WalletHub, released an analysis today of the state, federal and international tax rates S&P 100 companies paid in 2012. The report found that: six companies paid a negative overall tax rate and were therefore due a tax refund; the average S&P 100 company paid a 16 percent higher tax rate than the top three percent of consumers; and the companies on average paid around 30 percent lower rates on international taxes than domestic taxes. Keep reading to see the 10 highest and lowest overall tax rates among S&P 100 companies. (AP Photo/J. David Ake)


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