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It’s no secret that companies including Apple, Google, Amazon, Uber, Airbnb and Ikea seem to pay less than their fair share of tax in Australia. Despite booking huge revenues from sales to Australian customers they are able to reduce their profits in this country by shifting profits to tax havens such as Ireland, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and the Cayman Islands, to name a few.
The Australian dollar isn’t what it used to be against its US counterpart, but even with the growing discrepancy, there are still bargains to be had overseas. Amazon tends to be the first place to visit for discount electronics and today is no exception, with the online retailer offering 5TB of external storage for less than $200, delivered.