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Amazon.com Inc. does not plan to pay the IRS anything this tax season. Yet that’s mostly not because of President Donald Trump’s tax overhaul. The world’s largest retailer simply took advantage of long-standing, low-profile tax deductions. It paid employees in stock, built new warehouses, and tapped tax breaks from when the company wasn’t profitable.

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