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Thanks for the replies. Yes, you're right, this is the wrong board, but it was the closest one for my question. (Thanks for the article link.)

Another question: if the straight math says he earned $18 million, would that mean that his income before adjustments was possibly higher? I assume adjusted income, even for someone as rich as he is, means he actually only paid taxes on some of his income, not all of it. Because what I'm getting at, a guy like him earned only that much? I would think he makes above $30 or $40 million per year after taxes. But I really don't know.
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