Gerard Piqué loses the battle against the Treasury: he must pay 2.1 million in back taxes
The soccer player of the FC Barcelona, Gerard Piqué, has lost his battle against the Tax Agency. The National Court has dismissed the appeal that the Culé defense had filed against a decision of the Central Economic Administrative Court (TEAC), which forced him to pay 2.1 million euros in fines and back taxes for 2008, 2009 and 2010. Finance that the athlete pretended to cede the image rights to his company, Kerad Project 2006, to pay less to the treasury.
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