11/27/2020 2:45 PM
Updated 11/27/2020 2:45 PM
Diego Maradona had lost a lawsuit with the Italian treasury in 2013 and had been sentenced to disburse 37.2 million euros, of which 23.5 corresponded to interest.
They were the taxes corresponding to the time when he played for Napoli, between 1984 and 1991. Italy sought to collect him by seizing assets until finally, about three years ago, he suspended the execution.
Now, the assets of the 10 have another fiscal front ahead: the heirs will have to pay the extraordinary wealth tax, a bill that already has half a sanction in Deputies and that next week will be dealt with in the Senate.
Maradona's fortune is difficult to estimate but far exceeds the $ 200 million minimum from which the lien will be paid.
Its assets are scattered across different countries.
According to celebrity economics portal "Celebrity Net Worth," a website that reports estimates of celebrities' total assets and financial activities, Maradona's total career earnings would be around $ 500 million.
But his current fortune would be between $ 75 and 100 million.
Diego had several properties (about 5 between Villa Devoto, Puerto Madero, Nordelta and Bella Vista) and 4 cars in the country, but he also owned businesses in Italy, Cuba and Venezuela, of which not much is known.
He still kept vehicles worth almost half a million euros in Dubai and even had a ring that had been given to him in Belarus and was valued at US $ 300,000.
If it is estimated that El 10 could have a net worth of US $ 80 million, of which most of it would be outside the country, the amount it would have to pay from the tax on large fortunes
could be calculated at at least $ 307 million.
The account, estimated by accountants, is on the assumption that he had 70% of his assets abroad, as discussed in the sports circles that followed the life of the footballer.
Taking the official dollar, at $ 85, the US $ 80 million becomes 6,800 million pesos.
Of that amount, if he had a third in the country, or
about $ 2 billion,
his heirs would have to pay $ 57.3 million.
Here the rate of 3.25% would apply (which is not the highest of 3.5%).
For foreign goods,
which would add $ 4.76 billion
, they should pay 249.9 million (with the maximum rate of 5.25%).
The $ 307 million that Maradona's assets should face for the tax represent US # 3.6 million to the official dollar and US # 2 million to the blue dollar (which is quoted at $ 155).
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