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Lewis Hamilton Avoided Tax On $21M Jet

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Formula One star Lewis Hamilton avoided paying tax on his $21.

7 million private jet, according to the BBC and The Guardian.

The Paradise Papers revealed that Hamilton used an Isle of Man scheme to set up businesses that rented out his own jet to himself.

He received a 100% VAT refund on the plane, despite using the jet for personal as well as professional trips.

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton avoided paying $4.3M in European tax on his jet..

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