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Peyton Manning Could Pay Over 101% in Taxes


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If he loses tomorrow and then does not retire. i.e. Losers share would be. $46,000, New Jersey Jock Tax would take $46,844.00 in that scenario. In that respect he can not afford to lose the Super Bowl.

http://money.msn.com...r-bowl-earnings

0a6b791ccc9b4017bde01c883ac872c8.jpgNow add this gem and these are just two reasons I could not care less about this peice of overhyped glitz ensconsed extravoganza.

NFL Cheerleaders paid less than minimums, pay withheld to end of season, portions of pay is clawed back by bogus fines etc.

vikingscheerleader2-flickr.jpg

http://www.progressi...ing-their-teams

Disgusting.

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If he loses tomorrow and then does not retire. i.e. Losers share would be. $46,000, New Jersey Jock Tax would take $46,844.00 in that scenario. In that respect he can not afford to lose the Super Bowl.

http://money.msn.com...r-bowl-earnings

0a6b791ccc9b4017bde01c883ac872c8.jpgNow add this gem and these are just two reasons I could not care less about this peice of overhyped glitz ensconsed extravoganza.

NFL Cheerleaders paid less than minimums, pay withheld to end of season, portions of pay is clawed back by bogus fines etc.

vikingscheerleader2-flickr.jpg

http://www.progressi...ing-their-teams

Disgusting.

My sister was a Lions cheerleader for one season, all she got was a pair of season tickets, was a good season though, the 94 Grey Cup run.

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