TaxPersonal TaxEngland’s cricketers face hospitality tax bills

England's cricketers face hospitality tax bills

England players could face hefty tax bills over hospitality provided to them by the cricket authorities

England cricketers could face tax bills over international match tickets
provided to them by cricket authorities.

England players receive four tickets for international matches, including
hospitality, which are valued at up to £23,000 a year. With the cricketers
expected to sit in the higher tax bracket, they could each face tax bills of
£9,000 for the perk, reports The Mail on Sunday.

The paper understands that the Professional Cricketers’ Association will be
speaking to the England
and Wales Cricket Board
and
HM Revenue & Customs
on the matter.

Further reading:

Cricket body fields ERP to handle profit
growth

World Cup puts sporting sites on the
map

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