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U.S. corporates are setting aside more reserves for uncertain tax positions than they are paying the federal government, according to an article in Accounting Today. A study of SEC filings by Fortune 500 companies by the Ferraro Law firm finds they have $187.5 billion in reserves, which compares to the $181 billion in corporate income taxes paid by all corporations last year.

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