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Pohlad Family Involved In IRS Dispute Over Valuation Of Twins; Agency Wants $256M
Published July 22, 2013
A WHOLE LOT OF NOTHING? In Minneapolis, Lee Schafer wrote under the header, "Pohlads' Dispute With IRS Over Team's Value Was Just Estate Planning." The "only thing really remarkable" with the Pohlads' dispute is the "sheer size involved, as the IRS is looking for $121 million in additional estate taxes just related to Carl Pohlad’s ownership" of the Twins (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 7/21).