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March 30, 2018

Scoring Goals & Saving Taxes

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As April approaches, the on-ice focus of most professional hockey players remains on their upcoming playoff push. In the player advisory world, the April tax deadlines are our version of a playoff push. Many fail to consider the complexity involved in filing taxes for a professional athlete. While some complain of federal and provincial filing requirements, an NHL athlete often has a filing requirement in each jurisdiction in which they play. This means a typical NHL player can file upwards of fifteen tax returns! Check the link below to learn some quick facts about how an NHL athlete files their taxes.

NHL Tax Facts


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