Philadelphia Eagles enjoy reduced tax on Super Bowl bonus

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Every Philadelphia Eagles player will get a $112,000 bonus for winning the Super Bowl. But when it comes to federal taxes, the Eagles are also likely to get a little bit of a break this year.

Because of the tax cut that President Donald Trump signed in December, each team member will pay about $41,000 to Uncle Sam on that prize money. That's down from what would have been about $44,000 under the old rules. There are still Minnesota state taxes to take into account.

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