Apple has paid a $1 billion tax charge in the United States and is preparing to pay another $400 million in federal taxes to the government.
The New York Times first reported the new tax bill, which was revealed Monday in a court filing.
The U.S. Treasury Department said Apple paid $1,095 million in taxes on $2.1 billion in sales in 2017, making it the largest single customer of a company that had been accused of misleading consumers about the quality of its products.
Apple said in its filing that the tax bill represents a one-time cost of $1 million, with the rest of the bill being due in 2021 and 2021, respectively.
Apple will pay $350 million to the Treasury and $100 million to state and local governments, which will receive a share of the remaining $400 in taxes.
The company has until Dec. 31 to pay.
The filing also revealed Apple paid another $425 million in tax on $1 and $2 billion in U.s. profits that it earned between 2011 and 2017.
The company also said in the filing that it is working on a plan to resolve its tax issues, including a plan for the repatriation of foreign earnings that it would pay to its foreign subsidiaries.