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Michael Vinson (Golden Gate), Baseball Can Be Taxing:
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Very nice piece -- I'll use it in my college undergraduate tax course in the Fall.
I'd enjoy seeing Part 2, if there is one -- what about the tax issues that arose in the case of the fellow (in San Francisco, was it?) who caught the next record-setting home run ball? (If I recall correctly, he sold the ball in the same TY, taking away all the fun for us academics.) And the guy who caught ball when Derek Jeter got his 3000th hit and gave it to the Yankees?
Posted by: eli bortman | Apr 2, 2013 4:01:43 AM
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