Super Bowl, Meet Super Tax

No matter who wins, Peyton Manning and Cam Newton will lose to California's jock tax.

February 1, 2016
Emma Ogutu

California, here they come.

This week, Super Bowl 50 and all its accompanying fanfare has descended into the city of Santa Clara, as the AFC champion Denver Broncos get set to do battle with the NFC champion Carolina Panthers. Blood will be bled and tears will be shed, as these two teams clash for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. But it all might pale in comparison to the pain some of the athletes feel when they receive their game checks for the world’s biggest sporting spectacle, thanks to the “jock tax.”…Read Full Article in the INC Magazine.


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