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September 06. 2013 1:55PM

Tom Brady, Gisele to be hit hard by ObamaCare tax


 


The study also estimates the impact of the tax on a raft of other local athletes, showing that Big Papi will pay an additional $128,700 in ObamaCare taxes this year, while Rajon Rondo will pay an extra $97,200 and Vince Wilfork will fork over another $93,150 to help pay the ObamaCare bill.

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