The biggest tech companies are making big moves in 2019, but others are getting the short end of the stick.
Here’s a look at how companies in each category will be affected by the tax bill.
Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Amazon Prime, Twitter, Microsoft, Netflix, LinkedIn, Netflix+ and Microsoft+ are all expected to benefit from the tax relief.
Apple is the only major tech company expected to see a tax hike, as it will get an additional $1.8 trillion in 2019 and $2.4 trillion in 2020.
This will increase its tax liability by $1 trillion in the next two years, as well as help it to meet its 2018 revenue targets.
Microsoft will also see a $1 billion tax cut.
Microsoft already had a tax cut of $1,000 in 2019 thanks to the tax holiday, but it has a tax bill of $2 trillion in 2021 and 2022.
Google, Facebook and Amazon have already made major tax cuts this year.
The companies have all already announced tax breaks, with Google making its tax bill $2 billion.
Amazon Prime has announced a tax credit of $500 million and Amazon has a $2,000 tax credit for every Amazon Prime member in 2019.
Netflix is planning to give back $1 million for every Netflix Prime member, which means it will take $1 for every one Netflix subscriber.
Microsoft is also planning to raise taxes on $2 million of Netflix Prime members.
This tax break will only apply to subscribers in the United States, so it will only help Microsoft to pay down its $2-billion tax bill for the year.
Google and Amazon are expected to also see tax hikes in 2019 as well.
Google’s tax bill will go up by $200 million, while Amazon’s tax hike will be $300 million.
Netflix’s tax increase will be up $300 for every member in the U.S. The company has also announced a $400-million tax holiday for all Netflix members, so they will need to do that too.
Microsoft and Netflix have also announced tax holidays for members in 2018 and 2019.
The tax holidays will be effective for members starting in 2019 on both the first and the second half of the year, respectively.
Amazon and Microsoft are also expected to have tax increases in 2019 too.
Amazon has already announced that it will increase taxes on members by $100 million for the 2019 tax year, and Netflix has also revealed that it is planning tax increases of $100-million in 2019 for members.
Microsoft’s tax holiday is also expected in 2019 at the same time as Netflix’s.
Netflix members will need time to complete their tax forms, so Netflix is expecting a big tax increase in 2019 in order to meet this deadline.
Microsoft, Netflix and Amazon already announced a variety of tax breaks for the company, and it seems that the tax legislation will be just as generous to Microsoft.
If Microsoft is able to get a tax holiday of this magnitude in 2019 or 2020, then its likely that Netflix will have a lot of incentive to continue to use its cloud services in 2019 after all of these tax breaks expire.
Microsoft announced that all members of its cloud service, Office 365, will see a boost of $20 per month to their monthly bills starting in 2018.
Netflix has already raised its subscription fees by a whopping $300 per month.
Google announced that its cloud subscription would increase by $25 per month in 2019 (the same amount as Netflix).
Netflix and Amazon’s taxes are also likely to increase, as they have both announced tax deductions for the use of cloud services.
Netflix and Microsoft will also have a tax-free credit for users who sign up for Netflix Plus or Amazon Prime.
Amazon also announced that a tax deduction for using its Prime video service would go into effect in 2019 from the beginning of 2018, and that users will receive $1 credit for each subscription they buy.
Netflix will have to cut back on the amount of content it makes available to its members as well, as the company plans to cut its content offerings in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
Netflix will also begin making changes to its content distribution model in 2019 that will help the company reduce its costs.
The tax bill is also likely too big for the companies to get through the 2019 fiscal year without a tax increase.
Netflix, Amazon and Microsoft already announced multiple tax breaks in 2019 already, and Microsoft has already cut its tax rate by more than $1 a year.
Netflix could face a tax rate of around $7.2 billion in 2019 due to the cuts in its tax revenue.