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09/13/2011

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Tim Hargis

Agreed, Its hard to think of any franchise succesful enough that the founder could pay $100 million in taxes after hiding for 20 years trying to avoid it... I kind of doubt he has that in the bank, or would even be willing to surrendor it.

concerned resident

I'm an American and a resident of Saipan, the government here is as corrupt as you could possibly imagine. They cheat the people constantly. They owe my wife tax returns for three years and counting now, for me one and counting. I'm required, by law, to invest 10% of my paychecks to retirement, from which I can't touch it and sources say that if I return stateside I have a 90% chance of losing every penny of it.

Look up governor Fitial's history if you want to see his track record. Millard most certainly was taking advantage of a tax friendly environment, one that changed rapidly - probably to try to claim Millard's money - but this is the CNMI's fault more likely than not in my opinion.

Tommy

The government of Saipan wants to collect. Yes, that's major coin for a little country.

Private Investigator NYC

100 million isn't funny at all. In 20 years of hiding does the government still hopes for that money to be paid?

WAS

If Millard paid taxes somewhere the last 20 years is he hiding? If the government lured people and companies to their tax friendly environment then changed the rules and rates, who is the tax cheat Millard or the Government of Siapan?

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