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Photo: Pacquiao Displays Tax Returns For 2008/2009
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Philippine boxing hero Manny Pacquiao shows a copy of 2008 and 2009 tax returns filed with the IRS in the US, during a meeting with journalists in General Santos City, on the southern island of Mindanao on November 27, 2013. Philippines authorities demanded on November 27, that Pacquiao pay a 50 million USD tax bill or risk having assets seized, but the national hero vowed to take the fight to court.

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comment by L3TH4L, on 11-28-2013
This is a warning from the corrupt Philippine politicians for Pacquiao to discontinue his political agenda.

comment by cyberthugpatrol, on 11-28-2013
Manny really believes he paid his taxes he trusted bob anus arum to deduct it from his paycheck. anus arum pocketed the money.

comment by nycsmooth, on 11-28-2013
nothing proved, it's the years, per IRS, from what I understand, 2010-2012 in question...through the JMM ko loss...

comment by FloydvsPac, on 11-28-2013
Last time anyone checked, the Philippines is not a communist country. So if a citizen earns money in another country, he/she is not obligated to transfer their earnings (after US taxes) to the Philippines, where the govt can tax it. Am I wrong in this?

comment by jrrod02, on 11-28-2013
[QUOTE=tibbar]The BIR commies is lazy and not doing her job or obviously shes after pacquiao on other agenda. A phone call away she can always verify if indeed pacquiao remitted taxes in the USA.[/QUOTE] You would think so right? Plus the fact they're asking for 50 million dollars in taxes fo...

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