Through the years on this here website we’ve reported on things that were said or done at Deloitte that might be considered cartoonish. Like when Deloitte Global CEO Punit Renjen claimed Deloitte is harder to get into than Harvard. Or Penn. Then there was that time when Deloitte offered prizes to alumni and retired partners […]
It wouldn’t be tax day (in form, if not necessarily in substance) if the Raisin Bran™ of celebrity tax delinquents, Robert Snell, didn’t have a scoop today.
To make it even better, today’s edition is none other than perpetually tax-plagued Nicolas Cage.
In a storage locker last month, cops found Nicolas Cage’s rare $1.5 million, Superman comic book, which was stolen from the actor a decade ago. About the same time, the Oscar winner found kryptonite in his mailbox.
The IRS just sent the financially strapped screen star a $624,934 bill for delinquent federal taxes, according to public records.
If this level of irony doesn’t cause you to believe in some kind of benevolent god, then I feel sorry for you.
IRS hands Nicolas Cage pocket full of kryptonite [Tax Watchdog]