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Corporate tax freeloaders are ‘totally despicable’ | READER COMMENTARY

In this file photo dated Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018, a Nike company logo is displayed outside a Nike store in Charlotte, North Carolina. Nike is one of 55 major U.S. companies recently named in a report for not paying any federal income tax on billions of dollars in profits. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, FILE)
In this file photo dated Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018, a Nike company logo is displayed outside a Nike store in Charlotte, North Carolina. Nike is one of 55 major U.S. companies recently named in a report for not paying any federal income tax on billions of dollars in profits. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton, FILE) (Chuck Burton / AP)

We just got home from paying our taxes, with the government taking approximately 33% of our income. Over lunch and The Baltimore Sun, we then read that “55 major firms did not pay any federal taxes last year” (April 6). This is beyond galling. It is unethical, immoral and totally despicable.

Nancy Spies, Jarrettsville

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