Effective tax rate of largest public U.S. companies 2008-2014

Effective tax rate of the 50 largest public U.S. companies between 2008 to 2014

Effective tax rate of largest public U.S. companies 2008-2014 The statistic shows the effective tax rate of the 50 largest U.S. public companies between 2008 to 2014. During this time period, collectively these 50 companies paid an effective tax rate of just 26.5 percent. Conoco Phillips paid the highest effective tax rate of 65.8 percent, amongst the listed companies.
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Effective tax rate of the 50 largest public U.S. companies between 2008 to 2014

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Effective tax rate
ConocoPhillips 65.8%
Chevron 41.9%
Exxon Mobil 41.1%
CVS Health 38.9%
UnitedHealth Group 37%
Home Depot 36.2%
Walt Disney 34.6%
Comcast 34.3%
Phillips 66* 32.6%
Wal-Mart Stores 32.3%
Goldman Sachs 31.4%
Wells Fargo 31.2%
American Express 30.4%
Berkshire Hathaway 29.8%
Hewlett-Packard 28.5%
Boeing 27.7%
United Technologies 27.4%
JPMorgan Chase 27.3%
American International Group (AIG) 26.9%
Dow Chemical 26.6%
Intel 26.6%
Honeywell International 26.2%
US Bancorp 25.9%
Apple 25.9%
PepsiCo 25.2%
Capital One Financial 25%
MetLife 24.5%
Oracle 24%
AT&T 23.9%
IBM 23.3%
Procter & Gamble 23.3%
Caterpillar 22.6%
Coca-Cola 22.3%
Merck 22.3%
Microsoft 22.3%
Johnson & Johnson 20.5%
Alphabet (Google) 20.2%
Pfizer 19%
Qualcomm 18.2%
Cisco Systems 17.8%
Prudential Financial 17.4%
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. 16.1%
Verizon Communications 15.8%
Amgen 11.2%
Bank of America 10%
Morgan Stanley 7.9%
General Electric 6.7%
Ford Motor -34.6%
General Motors -45.5%
Citigroup -91.7%
Effective tax rate
ConocoPhillips 65.8%
Chevron 41.9%
Exxon Mobil 41.1%
CVS Health 38.9%
UnitedHealth Group 37%
Home Depot 36.2%
Walt Disney 34.6%
Comcast 34.3%
Phillips 66* 32.6%
Wal-Mart Stores 32.3%
Goldman Sachs 31.4%
Wells Fargo 31.2%
American Express 30.4%
Berkshire Hathaway 29.8%
Hewlett-Packard 28.5%
Boeing 27.7%
United Technologies 27.4%
JPMorgan Chase 27.3%
American International Group (AIG) 26.9%
Dow Chemical 26.6%
Intel 26.6%
Honeywell International 26.2%
US Bancorp 25.9%
Apple 25.9%
PepsiCo 25.2%
Capital One Financial 25%
MetLife 24.5%
Oracle 24%
AT&T 23.9%
IBM 23.3%
Procter & Gamble 23.3%
Caterpillar 22.6%
Coca-Cola 22.3%
Merck 22.3%
Microsoft 22.3%
Johnson & Johnson 20.5%
Alphabet (Google) 20.2%
Pfizer 19%
Qualcomm 18.2%
Cisco Systems 17.8%
Prudential Financial 17.4%
Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. 16.1%
Verizon Communications 15.8%
Amgen 11.2%
Bank of America 10%
Morgan Stanley 7.9%
General Electric 6.7%
Ford Motor -34.6%
General Motors -45.5%
Citigroup -91.7%
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The statistic shows the effective tax rate of the 50 largest U.S. public companies between 2008 to 2014. During this time period, collectively these 50 companies paid an effective tax rate of just 26.5 percent. Conoco Phillips paid the highest effective tax rate of 65.8 percent, amongst the listed companies.
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