How much federal and state income tax did Facebook pay in 2012? If you guessed, “zero,” you were correct, and if you guessed that the social network received $429 million in net tax refunds, you get extra credit.
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Senator Carl Levin, a Democrat from Michigan, introduced legislation Wednesday to try to close a huge tax loophole that Facebook was poised to take advantage of with its initial public offering looming.