The campaign to make Amazon pay a fair rate of tax
We all have to pay taxes. They fund our schools and hospitals.
But some companies aren't paying their fair share.
The UK's number one tax avoider is Amazon.
Amazon's UK subsidiary paid £3.2m in corporate taxes in 2012 on sales of £4.3bn - a rate of less than 0.1%.
In 2011 Amazon's sales in the UK were £2.9 billion but they only paid £1.8 million in corporation tax.
Consumer power can make Amazon pay a fair rate of tax.
Join our Boycott Amazon campaign today.
Alternatives to Amazon
Once you've decided not to shop with Amazon you'll need to know which companies do pay a fair amount of tax. You don't want to end up supporting another tax dodging company.
Discuss the boycott on our forums.
Our boycott is of Amazon products and does not extend to third parties selling on the Amazon marketplace. We do however recommend trying to search for the marketplace seller in order to try to buy from them direct where possible.