Thursday, June 27, 2013

Lionel Messi Tax Investigation: Soccer Star Charged With Tax Fraud

Lionel Messi Pays $13 Million in Back Taxes, Vanguardia Says

The Barcelona star is facing tax fraud charges. According to reports, Messi, his father agen judi bola terpercaya their financial advisors are being questioned about re-routing image rights revenue through offshore accounts to avoid Spanish taxation. Like Us on Facebook Raquel Amado, the prosecutor in Messi's case, said the footballer "obtained significant revenue derived from the transfer to third parties of his image rights, income which should have been taxed." La Vanguardia , a Spanish newspaper, is reporting that Messi recently made a 10 million payment that supposedly covers his image rights revenue from 2010 to 2011. The paper also suggests this is an indication that Messi agen judi bola terpercaya the government are working toward a plan to cover an additional 4.1 million that he earned from 2007 through 2009. If Messi was convicted of the accused fraud he could face up to five years imprisonment as well as a 24.6 million. Jorge Messi, Leo Messi's father called the charges cruel agen judi bola terpercaya false.

Lionel Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo Barcelona's four-times World Player of the Year is dealing with a Spanish tax investigation after authorities accused him agen judi bola terpercaya his father Jorge of a four million Euros fraud on earnings from image rights from 2007-2009. The Messis have been summoned to give evidence to an investigating judge on September 17th, after which formal charges could be brought. They could face up to four years in jail if found guilty, situs judi according to Spanish law. The talismanic forward also has to hagen judi bola terpercayale the arrival of one of the sport's most exciting prospects at the Nou Camp, Brazil striker Neymar. The 21-year-old has been signed by the Spanish champions for 57 million euros with a huge media fanfare, agen judi bola terpercaya will be vying for attention with Messi on the field. The Messis have denied any wrongdoing agen judi bola terpercaya appeared to have made a conciliatory move with the tax man, according to a report in Monday's edition of Barcelona-based newspaper La Vanguardia.

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The payment to Spains tax authority could mean Messi is seeking to settle the judicial probe he is involved in relating to 2007, 2008 agen judi bola terpercaya 2009, the Barcelona-based newspaper said, citing unidentified people familiar with the case. Public prosecutor Raquel Amado filed a complaint June 12 that said Messi agen judi bola terpercaya his father had evaded 4.2 million euros of taxes by routing income from endorsement deals with Adidas AG (ADS) , PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) , Danone SA (BN) and his club, Barcelona , through companies in the U.K. agen judi bola terpercaya Switzerlagen judi bola terpercaya to Uruguay.

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