The Wall St Journal has a series on taxes and the tech industry, including the latest from Google, the first of which is on Google’s Google Fiber project.
The company announced its plan to offer Internet service to customers in Kansas City and Kansas City suburbs, and it announced a $1.4 billion grant to help companies like it build out fiber-optic networks in rural areas.
Google Fiber is currently offering Internet service in the Kansas City area, but it is currently only available in parts of the city.
The tech company is also considering a bid to join the Kansas city municipal fiber network.
Google is paying an average tax rate of 14 percent, which is lower than the state average of 25 percent, according to the Tax Foundation.
While Google’s average tax bill is lower, the company’s taxes are also much higher than those of many other major tech companies, which paid the majority of their taxes in the form of state and local sales taxes.
In fact, Google is not the only major tech company that pays a much lower rate than other tech companies.
Microsoft, which makes Windows software, has the lowest average tax per employee in the US at $15,000 per year.
Google, which owns Google Fiber, pays about $5,000 in state and federal sales taxes each year.
Apple, which sells iPhones, iPads, Macs and other gadgets, pays $4,000 and the federal government pays $1,500 in sales taxes on iPhones, according the Tax Policy Center.
The federal government does not have to pay income taxes on the wages earned by federal employees, which the Tax Center says account for about a quarter of all federal tax revenue.
Apple has reported a net income of $18 billion in the last quarter, which it spent on stock buybacks, dividends and other types of stock purchases.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook said in an earnings call earlier this month that Apple has seen “a pretty significant reduction in its tax burden.”
Apple has also reported an average income tax rate over the last two years of less than 7 percent.
Apple reported an effective federal tax rate in the range of 11 percent in 2015.
Apple also reported a tax rate that is lower and lower every year, even when it is reported in the same period as the previous year.
The tax rates reported by Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Google Fiber and others are based on the average of their total tax revenues over the past three years.
Apple paid an average federal income tax of 7.1 percent in 2016.
Amazon, which charges its customers to pay for its services, paid a federal income taxes of 11.3 percent in 2017.
Apple earned $7.4 trillion in tax revenues in 2017, according a report from Tax Foundation economist David Cay Johnston.
Microsoft and Amazon reported $3.5 trillion in taxes in 2017 and $5.3 trillion in 2018.