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  • Originally posted by The Big Dunn View Post
    Floyd (scratching his head): I know I forgot something. Garbage. Did that. Put $250k on the Celtics, did that. Ostrich boots, yup. TUE yup made that call. Damn i know it's something I'm forgetting???
    Ostrich boots lol hahaha

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    • jokes aside, honestly it doesn't sound like a lot of money (lot of money to someone like floyd) don't get it.

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      • Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post
        Bro you don't even need to go that far back. Floyd need to look at what happened to Floyd lol. This is Floyd's 5th or 6th issue with the IRS ffs. Idk if Floyd is one of these Wesley Snipes mfers who just isn't as good as Snipes was with not filing his taxes (for awhile anyway lol) or if he just makes too much money not to be on the IRS's radar, but how Floyd isn't filing his taxes quarterly via some dedicated accountant on his payroll is beyond stupid.

        And sh^t maybe he gots someone & they effed up or something idk, but history tells me this is a consistent issue with Floyd for some stupid ass reason.

        Randomly does anyone know if he's filled taxes for 2016 & this is just some issue due to all the incoming money he had in 2015 via the Manny fight?
        I don't want to hate on the man, but my wife and I struggle to make a six-figure household, and it seems the IRS is harder on us than the millionaires and billionaires! WTF??

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        • Just charge him interest on what he owes and some penalties. Or just start seizing his stuff and selling it.

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          • Originally posted by MasterPlan View Post
            The lawsuits (if any) should be toward the Navada Athletic Commission for approving the fight.
            Agree and Nevada Gaming Control Board for allowing betting; only because it was licensed as a "Boxing match" by the NSAC. In Nevada you canít bet on exhibition events or anything with a predetermined outcome such as professional wrestling.

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            • Originally posted by Butch.McRae View Post
              Most people who make that type of cash don't pay taxes on time. (See my previous post) The effective way to handle it is to appeal, then settle for less money (like he did in the past, as noted by the article).
              Are there legit Zuckerberg, Gates & Buffet tax court headlines I'm missing?

              I was always of the understanding that people who have a lot of incoming & outgoing money are more apt to do their taxes quarterly cuz its such a big task plus more painful due to how much you gotta pay all at once vs doing them yearly & late at that.

              And I'd assume the agreed upon amount might be equal or still more money with the interest then if you'd just paid them correctly on time in the first place.

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              • Originally posted by The Big Dunn View Post
                Yeah man Floyd though seems to have the money he just don't wanna pay.
                That's crazy! I thought he was beyond "hood rich" by now!

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                • Originally posted by hitking View Post
                  I think Floyd's "struggles" growing up are greatly exaggerated. His uncle is was a world champion fighter. His dad was a good fighter. And more importantly, Floyd was a child prodigy. I doubt Floyd wanted for a whole lot growing up, even though his guardians were less than ideal. I assume his childhood was pretty similar to LeBron's. Yes, they grew up in the inner city. No, they didn't have the best parents. But as child prodigies, they were walking lotto tickets. I'm sure money wasn't far outta reach.
                  Perhaps, you are right. After all his father was a drug dealer.

                  The thing about Roger Mayweather, is while Floyd was still living back in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Roger was living in Nevada at the time earning $ Millions of dollars. Did any of that money trickle down to Floyd I don't know? However, I do know his father earned next to no money at all in his boxing career.

                  Moreover, Unlike Lebron I seriously doubt he was a walking lotto ticket. The reason why I say this is because by the time he turned pro, unlike Leonard and De La Hoya, he wasn't an Olympic Gold medalist and hadn't received a ton of sponsors for his services and was only offered one and that was from Top Rank Inc.

                  In addition, he wasn't happy at all with the kind of money he was making with them either at the time. He felt held back.

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                  • Dude pay your FREAKING TAXES!!! It aint like you don't have the money!! stop penny pinching one of your cars cost the same as what you owe smh i expected the debt to about 15 or 20 mil which still should be nothing to someone who made 300 million in 1 fight.. Money Mayweather stop being cheap bro lol

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                    • Kinda common with people who make A LOT OF MONEY! They can delay and a lot of times even get out of having to pay all of their Taxes. I think it is BULL**** but they have the money to pay for the best Lawyers to work around things and find loopholes while the average person we have to meet that deadline or file extension

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