…Except Death and Taxes

December 1, 2018, ABA Entertainment and Sports Lawyer

Since the Raiders announced their decision to relocate to Las Vegas, there have been Multiple articles written stating that the relocation will increase the take home pay of players, coaches, staff and personnel.  When recent Raiders’ contracts have been reported, much of the focus centered on how those contracts were structured to allow them to take home more money by paying less income tax, however, there has been little discussion as to the reasons why they will pay less income taxes.  This article takes an in-depth look at why those players will now pay less in income taxes after the Raiders relocate to Las Vegas, as well as how you may be able to apply these same principles to allow your clients to achieve similar income tax savings.  To read the entire article click here.


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