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11-29-2012, 05:39 PM
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crazyforhockey
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Matthew Sekeres ‏@mattsekeres
Am told by 2 NHL sources that #Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs forced employees to pay tax on 2011 Stanley Cup rings. About $7K per ring. Cont...

Matthew Sekeres ‏@mattsekeres
Some support staff couldn't afford the tax up front, so players stepped up and covered the cost so they could get rings too.
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I wonder if the IRS will now look at which players paid the taxes for those employees.
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Jacobs will force them to.
No but he will claim the tax expenditure and put it in his tax savings....and then he will put it into BOS Bruin ezpeniture to devalue his actual profit



and then he will build a pyramid put all his wealth in there for when he dies.......



probably those same employees dont realize that they signed some form giving Jacobs control....so they will be thrown in to the pyramid to serve Jacobs in the afterlife

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