So, for tax purposes, the new home of the Whopper is going to be Canada. Don't worry though, Burger King will still enjoy all the benefits of U.S. taxpayer-funded infrastructure, defense, education, etc., they just won't be paying for it.
It seems an average effective federal tax rate of 12.6% is too much, even for a King -- or perhaps the name has gone to their head.
Nobody supports tax-dodging corporations, correct? Especially fast food chains that young people in this country rely on for shitty no-skill jobs.
Walgreens was successfully shamed into staying stateside after a proposed move to Switzerland, so I assume everyone's on board with a boycott of BK. Workers should already be picketing for higher wages if the company stands to grow from the merger.
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