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How would the Messi tax scandal be treated by HMRC?

Messi has already paid over €5 million, which is equal to the tax that he allegedly owed plus penalties.

So what penalties could have been imposed on Messi in the UK? Is there any truth in the old adage, that ignorance is bliss? To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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