Nicolas Cage

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<b>Nicolas Cage</b><br>
<i>Disputes IRS Claims</i><br>
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Nicolas Cage may circumvent the usual government channels in his "National Treasure" movies, but he's aboveboard in real life, especially regarding his taxes.<br>
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The IRS is seeking $814,000 from Cage, nee Nicolas Coppola, in taxes and penalties for the years 2002-2004, and $988,000 from Cage's Saturn Productions, denying that Saturn is an acceptable deduction.<br>
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Some of the personal expenses Cage is trying to deduct include meals, gifts, limousines, travel and his Gulfstream jet.<br>
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Nicolas Cage
Disputes IRS Claims

Nicolas Cage may circumvent the usual government channels in his "National Treasure" movies, but he's aboveboard in real life, especially regarding his taxes.

The IRS is seeking $814,000 from Cage, nee Nicolas Coppola, in taxes and penalties for the years 2002-2004, and $988,000 from Cage's Saturn Productions, denying that Saturn is an acceptable deduction.

Some of the personal expenses Cage is trying to deduct include meals, gifts, limousines, travel and his Gulfstream jet.

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