How much of your income went to taxes this year?
There’s a decent chance Apple Inc. paid a smaller share.
That’s the contention of a report released Tuesday from the Greenlining Institute, a research and public policy non-profit based in Berkeley, Calif. The report argues that Apple, which reported profit of $13 billion in its latest quarter, paid just 9.8 percent of its 2011 income in taxes. Apple, the world’s most valuable company, is one of many blue-chip tech companies whose 2011 federal income taxes checked in at something well below the marginal 35 percent corporate rate.