New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter has reportedly settled his tax problems with the State of New York.
Tax investigators probed last year whether he owed back taxes from tax years 2001 to 2003, disputing Jeter's claim that he was a resident of Florida, not New York, at the time. Florida has no income tax.
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