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Superhero Tax Returns! Take A Look At Who Owes What To Uncle Sam

July 18, 2012
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H&R Block has created a fun iconographic that reveals what your favorite Superheros might owe to the government were they upstanding tax paying citizens of the United States.

The long and the short of it is that The Dark Knight owes Uncle Sam quite a bit more than your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man does! Bruce Wayne owes $17 million to Peter Parker’s $6,250.

Ruh-roh DC Comics, best get the big bad Bat to an accountant post-haste.

We do have to consider that the former is a C.E.O. of a corporation and the later is a freelance photographer.

Take a look at the iconographic below and make sure to purchase your tickets to these two distinctive Superhero films now!

Purchase your tickets for "The Dark Knight Rises" HERE.

Purchase your tickets for "The Amazing Spider-Man" HERE.

Source: H&R Block

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