Perhaps some of my FB friends might be able to answer a question.
Apple, as an example, funnels its corporate earnings through shell companies in Ireland, and pays Ireland a corporate tax on earnings of 12.5% or 5% or .0005%. So why then would Apple want to pay corporate income tax in the U.S. a tax of 20% under the new tax law (if/when it is passed and signed into law). Many other U.S. large corporations do the same. UcenterDress lace decorated but looks simple items to wear of the wedding
I find it hard to understand why anything will change.