Well-known boxing brothers Koki and Daiki Kameda failed to declare some ¥100 million in combined taxable income over several years to 2007, sources said Friday.
The brothers, who apparently filed a return with the Tokyo Regional Taxation Bureau for back taxes amounting to millions of yen, were both declaring self-employed income but failed to attach receipts to many of the expenses they booked. Authorities thus disallowed the deductions, the sources said.
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