TaxAdministrationIndia’s cricketers angered by Aussie tax slug

India’s cricketers angered by Aussie tax slug

India's cricketers are furious earnings on their tour of Australia will be taxed for the first time

The Indian cricket team is furious after they learned the
Australian Tax Office will
collect up to $A1.5m (?644,000) from their players’ match payments and tour
fees.

India’s taxation authorities does not tax such payments because they treat
the players as amateurs and tax only their sponsorship deals in India. But all
entertainers and sportspeople who work in Australia have been taxed on their
earnings since July 2004.

The tax slug comes six days before the start of the tour, the
Boxing Day Test at the
Melbourne Cricket Ground. The last time the Indian cricket team toured in the
southern hemisphere was summer of 2003-04, before the rules applied.

The Indian team’s media manager, MK Shridhar, told News Limited’s Sydney
paper, The Daily Telegraph, the sport’s Indian governing body, the
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), is looking at ways to get around
the tax problem.
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