TaxPersonal TaxMotorcycle legend Rossi in Italian tax probe

Motorcycle legend Rossi in Italian tax probe

Italian motorcycle god Valentino Rossi is probed over potential tax evasion after residing in the UK

Italy’s taxman is probing the tax affairs of motorcycle hero Valentino Rossi
over undeclared revenues of €60m (£41m), according to reports.

The multiple world title-winning MotoGp racer is being investigated by the
Italian tax agency over undeclared income from 2000 to 2004.

The investigation is linked to his decision to reside in the UK for tax
reasons in 2000.

Further reading:

Italian tax dodging reaches
‘indecent level’

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