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Offering LeBron James not just a chance to play for the legendary Pat Riley or home games in warm weather.
And even little and I live in south -- -- Most important involving millions of dollars he will save an income taxes you know like this contract with McDonnell breaks it down devastating.
And that's an income tax in Florida let's take a look at what he would always be stayed with the cavaliers are gonna show you what he would -- if -- just basically goes the Miami Heat this could be a big factor.
And LeBron James this decision let's show you what if you but with his tax bill would look like.
If he wet saved with the -- LeBron James that all about one point 45 million dollars look at that number and also if you haven't that's one point two million dollars that he went with the cavaliers who stayed there in eight or ninety -- thousand dollars.
It doesn't couple's six and 96000 dollars if you think it just -- the Miami Heat gang of 437000.
Dollars a year.
That's based on the sixteen point six million dollar.
Salary he would get at the free.
Agent and I don't live -- Florida tax bill goes to other states where he would be playing and I think guys.
This will -- big in his division you know the state taxes that he could now because Florida has no state income taxes.
How much do you think it really -- I think it's a big deal.
And you know we that -- when Michael Jordan got chased by California in 1991 when the lip and went basically the bulls beat the lakers back in 91.
That was a big story back then California State.
Revenue -- men are very very aggressive in going after people athletes and entertainers.
For the tax video back to the states so you know -- they're they're very vigilant on the taxes that are -- so.
You got -- got talked I've worked -- you know covering taxes the IRS and CPAs are always vigilant and entertainers and athletes are very vigilant about the tax.
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