Fortune 500 corporations that have not paid federal taxes lately

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Sanmina-SCI: Taxes Paid: $ 0

ABM Industries: Taxes Paid: $ 0

Andersons: Taxes Paid: – $ 1 million

AK Stahlholding: Taxes Paid: – $ 1 million

Cliffs natural resources: Taxes Paid: – $ 1 million

SpartanNash: Taxes Paid: – $ 2 million

Builders FirstSource: Taxes Paid: – $ 2 million

UGI: Taxes Paid: – $ 3 million

Beacon Roofing Supply: Taxes Paid: – $ 4 million

SPX: Taxes Paid: – $ 4 million

West skirt: Taxes Paid: – $ 4 million

Owens Corning: Taxes Paid: – $ 5 million

Health care principle: Taxes Paid: – $ 6 million

Mohawk Industries: Taxes Paid: – $ 6 million

DXC technology: Taxes Paid: – $ 6 million

Darden restaurants: Taxes Paid: – $ 7 million

INTL FCStone: Taxes Paid: – $ 10 million

Murphy Oil: Taxes Paid: – $ 10 million

Atmos Energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 10 million

Ameren: Taxes Paid: – $ 10 million

McKesson: Taxes Paid: – $ 10 million

Gannet: Taxes Paid: – $ 11 million

Reallogy: Taxes Paid: – $ 13 million

Penske Automotive Group: Taxes Paid: – $ 13 million

Devon Energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 14 million

MDU resources: Taxes Paid: – $ 16 million

FirstEnergy: Taxes Paid: – $ 16 million

Air Products & Chemicals: Taxes Paid: – $ 17 million

DTE Energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 17 million

Hartford Financial Services: Taxes Paid: – $ 18 million

Trinity Industries: Taxes Paid: – $ 19 million

Halliburton: Taxes Paid: – $ 19 million

PPL: Taxes Paid: – $ 19 million

Morgan children: Taxes Paid: – $ 22 million

tapestry: Taxes Paid:-$ 24 million

Pitney Bowes: Taxes Paid: – $ 26 million

Phillips-Van Heusen: Taxes Paid: – $ 31 million

American electrical energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 32 million

Xcel Energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 34 million

United States Steel: Taxes Paid: – $ 40 million

Rockwell Collins: Taxes Paid: – $ 40 million

PulteGroup: Taxes Paid: – $ 44 million

Dominion resources: Taxes Paid: – $ 44 million

Ryder system: Taxes Paid: – $ 47 million

Aramark: Taxes Paid: – $ 48 million

Eli Lilly: Taxes Paid: – $ 54 million

Home finance: Taxes Paid: – $ 55 million

Edison International: Taxes Paid: – $ 55 million

CMS Energy: Taxes Paid: – $ 67 million

Honeywell International: Taxes Paid: – $ 71 million

Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold: Taxes Paid: – $ 75 million

Williams: Taxes Paid: – $ 83 million

Corporate group for the public service: Taxes Paid: – $ 97 million

Whirlpool: Taxes Paid: – $ 110 million

DowDuPont: Taxes Paid: – $ 119 million

First dates: Taxes Paid: – $ 121 million

Celanese: Taxes Paid: – $ 142 million

Brighthouse Financial: Taxes Paid: – $ 166 million

AECOM technology: Taxes Paid: – $ 186 million

Prudential Financial: Taxes Paid: – $ 210 million

WEC Energy Group: Taxes paid; – $ 218 million

EOG resources: Taxes Paid: – $ 304 million

International business machines: Taxes Paid: – $ 342 million

CenturyLink: Taxes Paid: – $ 576 million

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Methodology: GOBankingRates used the Institute of Taxes and Economic Policy’s Corporate Tax Avoidance in the First Year of the Trump Tax Law to find 84 Fortune 500 companies that paid US $ 0 income tax in 2018 (latest data available). GOBankingRates found (1) profit 2018; (2) taxes paid in 2018; and (3) tax rate for each company. All data was collected on and on January 4, 2021.