PracticeConsultingBig blue aliens help earthly stars use tax efficient scheme

Big blue aliens help earthly stars use tax efficient scheme

Tax arrangement pumped money into James Cameron's sci-fi epic

James Cameron’s tall, blue, flat-nosed aliens have just made some of the UK’s
leading sports stars a lot of money, according to a report from
The
Times
.

The newspaper reports that some of the biggest names in sport – Wayne Rooney
and Andrew Flintoff among them – along with film and political personalities
invested in an arrangement to offset their tax and pump money into projects of
the celluloid kind.

Each investor stands to make a dividend of £50,000 from the film which was
partly funded by London-based company Ingenious Media, which has invested in
projects like X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Hairspray and Die Hard 4.0.

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