Dhoni Is Highest Personal Income Tax Payer Of Bihar And Jharkhand, Paid 12.17 Crore

Ex-Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of the most valuable and skilled cricketers in the world. He was called 'Captain Cool' when he was a captain. He is also called as the best finisher in cricketer. The wicket-keeper batsman has always brought hope for the team in tough matches.

According to the latest reports, MS Dhoni has paid Rs 12.17 crore in taxes to become the highest personal income taxpayer of Bihar and Jharkhand region in 2017-18.

Nisha Oraon Singhmaar, the joint commissioner of IT headquarters (Bihar and Jharkhand), said: "MS Dhoni has been the highest individual tax-payer in Jharkhand and Bihar for the 2017-18 FY."

Earlier, Dhoni was the highest taxpayer from the region up to 2013-14 FY.

According to reports of Forbes, Dhoni earned $31.5 million in 2015 including a $3.5 million in salary and $28 million in endorsements. He also featured in the top 100 richest athletes in the world.

Besides owning a football franchise in the Indian Super League, Dhoni is also a joint owner of Ranchi Rays franchise in the Hockey India League. Dhoni has recently launched a proposal to the Jharkhand Government for permission to open a five-star hotel in Jharkhand.

Dhoni still remains the only captain in history to win all three ICC tournaments – the World T20 (2007), World Cup (2011) and the Champions Trophy (2013). Dhoni is also the only Captain to win three IPL trophies which he won for Chennai Super Kings.

Reports also suggest that the second part of Dhoni's biopic will have events from Chennai Super Kings' trophy wins, his marriage life, tough decisions and how his life has changed after the arrival of daughter Ziva Dhoni in his life.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni's recent scores in matches invoked questions about his form but his team led by Virat Kohli is in support of Mahi and so are millions of fans.

by Admin | Wed, Jul 25 - 10:46 AM

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