Berrios Getting Paid!

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7M after taxes. Would be around 8 in many places but too bad he’s in NJ as he’ll pay an additional 10.75% in state income taxes. Still, live a little frugally and those two years can essentially be enough for a really nice retirement with another 30 years of investment appreciation.
 
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7M after taxes. Would be around 8 in many places but too bad he’s in NJ as he’ll pay an additional 10.75% in state income taxes. Still, live a little frugally and those two years can essentially be enough for a really nice retirement with another 30 years of investment appreciation.

Between football and a few minor endorsements I'd guess he's made about $3M already heading into this new contract. So by the time he's 28, depending on whether he completes his two years ($12M) or just gets his $7M guarantee, he will have made between $10M-$16M (adding a mil to the top of the range for endorsements).

To be that young with that much money entering the investment period of your life? He is going be set up very well, regardless of taxes. Of course I'm sure his accountant and business manager are doing things to mitigate his tax burden as well. There are some estate planning games you can play at that level.
 
7M after taxes. Would be around 8 in many places but too bad he’s in NJ as he’ll pay an additional 10.75% in state income taxes. Still, live a little frugally and those two years can essentially be enough for a really nice retirement with another 30 years of investment appreciation.
He’s only 26. He’s actually positioning himself for an even bigger pay day being he’s probably their best all around WR.
 
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7M after taxes. Would be around 8 in many places but too bad he’s in NJ as he’ll pay an additional 10.75% in state income taxes. Still, live a little frugally and those two years can essentially be enough for a really nice retirement with another 30 years of investment appreciation.
How much does his agent take? 10%?
 
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7M after taxes. Would be around 8 in many places but too bad he’s in NJ as he’ll pay an additional 10.75% in state income taxes. Still, live a little frugally and those two years can essentially be enough for a really nice retirement with another 30 years of investment appreciation.

That, and he's still dying a slow death with the New York Football Jets. A shame his talent is getting wasted in that dumpsite of a franchise.
 
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