For the past year, the Securities and Exchange Commission has been investigating how Google accounted for its income taxes, according to the online search giant’s 2006 annual report.
Nearly a year ago, the SEC sent Google a comment letter with questions about the company’s public filings, including its provision for interim period effective income tax rates. Through the remainder of the year, the regulator and the company continued to exchange comment letters.
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