After three years bouncing between British courts, tennis player Andre Agassi lost a $52,000 tax dispute that will require other sports and entertainments stars from paying U.K. income tax on endorsement deals.
In a 4-1 decision, the House of Lords, Britain's highest court, wrote that, "Foreign entertainers and sportsmen who, or whose controlled companies, receive payments in connection with their commercial activities in the United Kingdom should be subject to [taxes]."
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