State officials say he's a New York resident; Jeter claims Florida
NEW YORK -- New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter has landed in tax trouble with the state of New York. State officials say the shortstop owes the state back taxes for claiming to live in Florida when his actual residence is New York City.
The claim could cost Jeter millions of dollars.
Jeter's agent, Casey Close, has said that his client has made his home in Tampa, Fla., since the mid-1990s, but state officials claim that between the years of 2001 and ...
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