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PostPosted: 19 Jun 2019, 22:32 
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It's Happening! The first of leg of T2 Diamond 2019 will be happening in Malaysia from 18-21 July

Catch players like MA LONG, TIMO BOLL, JUN MIZUTANI, TOMOKAZU HARIMOTO, DING NING, LIU SHI WEN, KASUMI ISHIKAWA, BERNADETTE SZOCS clashing on a field of play unlike any other in the world of table tennis.

Get you tickets at http://www.airasiaredtix.com/t2diamondmy


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https://t2apac.com/t2-content/uploads/2 ... _FINAL.pdf

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:cash: :cash: :cash: The most lucrative table tennis event of the year 2019. T2 is the supreme attraction for all the pro-players, perhaps even stronger desirement than Olympics oncoming next year., I suspect. Money rule the World, is it not ?

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Domestic government will impose Income Taxation 15% on the player's revenue. So, mild Malaysian taxation is far relaxed as against the ripping Japanese tax of 21%. :* :* :*

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T2 Diamond 2019 wrote:
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It's Happening! The first of leg of T2 Diamond 2019 will be happening in Malaysia from 18-21 July

Catch players like MA LONG, TIMO BOLL, JUN MIZUTANI, TOMOKAZU HARIMOTO, DING NING, LIU SHI WEN, KASUMI ISHIKAWA, BERNADETTE SZOCS clashing on a field of play unlike any other in the world of table tennis.

Get you tickets at http://www.airasiaredtix.com/t2diamondmy


Hmm!! Tix are quite cheap - VIP tix are only RM99 (about USD23). I'd have to fly or take a bus down there, though, and stay in a hotel. It is just across the causeway from Singapore, that's another attraction.

Igor posted about prize money. There is that, but I suspect there's more than that - pros, even the journeymen (like Bernadette Szocs - she's actually ranked 16th!) need to make a living, so I suspect there's some sizable appearance fees as well. Looks like Igor misread the tax info - the (maximum) tax rate is actually 28%. Unless the players are "Professional Entertainers"... they well might be.. :lol:

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COMMENTARY ON ARTICLE 17
CONCERNING THE TAXATION OF ENTERTAINERS AND SPORTSPERSONS.

Paragraph 1
1. Paragraph 1 provides that entertainers and sportspersons who are residents
of a Contracting State may be taxed in the other Contracting State in which their
personal activities as such are performed, whether these are of a business, sporting or
employment nature.

5. Whilst no precise definition is given of the term “sportspersons” it is not
restricted to participants in traditional athletic events (e.g. runners, jumpers,
swimmers). It also covers, for example, golfers, jockeys, footballers, cricketers and
tennis players, as well as racing drivers.

6. The Article 17 also applies to income from other activities which are usually
regarded as of an entertainment character, such as those deriving from billiards and
snooker, chess and bridge tournaments
Thus, according to the International Convention Article 17, an extra deduction from Timo Boll's money revenue (if any) would be imposed by Malaysian Financial Executives on behalf of his faterland of Germany.
So good for Germany, so vexing for Timo. ;( ;( ;(

http://www.law.uh.edu/faculty/wstreng/I ... y-2014.pdf


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