Some clubs have not made public the information of the current season, and that is why the table shows the figure corresponding to the annual accounts of the previous year, the 2018-19 season. In total, the increase of that 4 percent suppose 69 million to the clubs, figure that will rise when the data of the entities that are still to be reported are known. Then that LaLiga estimate of 80 million will be corroborated.According to calculations, the rise in personal income tax will affect 750 players. First and Second. In the highest category only between 3 and 5 percent have a salary of less than 300,000 euros. The minimum wage (SMI) in Primera is 155,000 euros. In Second, 75,000. In this category, most charge over 130,000 euros, but few exceed the barrier of 300,000, so they will apply a 2% increase and not 4%.But who should pay that 4%, clubs or footballers? In some cases they will be the entities and in others the players. The difference will be established by the contracts, if they collect the salary in net or do it in the rough. The clubs that pay in net will assume the payment of the raise. On the contrary, if the player who charges in the rough will be he who is harmed. Real Madrid, Barça and Atlético usually pay in net. Small clubs, raw.The type of contract that is becoming more common among players is agree a guaranteed minimum in net so that the rise in interest rates does not affect it.In Spain, The Autonomous Community that most taxes its high-income citizens is Catalonia, with 48% that will now become 52. The least, Madrid, with five points less, now rising from 43 to 47%.Let us explain the practical example of a soccer player who agrees to collect a net token of 10 million euros. His gross salary in Madrid would now be 14,300,000 euros. With the increase, whoever has agreed to collect in net will always receive those 10 million, taking charge Your club of that increase. On the contrary, whoever has agreed to pay his raw token will always charge the signed 14,300,000, but having to assume from his pocket that tax increase that will involve paying 400,000 euros more in the income statement, of 4,300,000 to 4,700,000.LaLiga, however, is already working on a strategy to minimize the effect of this fiscal measure. The income tax increase that he government plans to approve soon has in football alert Spanish. To clubs and footballers. Why that one 4% increase for incomes over 300,000 euros and 2% for those that exceed 130,000, it will mean Spanish football around 80 million euros.The Government plans to raise a total of 328 million euros Due to the income tax increase at the highest income. Much of that new tax will be paid by sport, which is where there are a greater number of workers with millionaire contracts. Alone those 80 million football accounts for 24.37 percent of the total expected revenue.The new measure, which can be approved at the first meeting of the Minister council of the Government, which will be on Tuesday 14, has alerted LaLiga, which this week sent a circular to all clubs warning of what is coming up. According to the forecast made by the employer, the impact will be 80 million, a pinch that can carry secondary consequences such as the escape of some soccer players or the readjustment of the budgets of the clubs, which in turn will review downward the future contracts of the players.Most clubs have made their budgets public for the current 2019-20 season. They can be seen on their websites in the Transparency Law section.The table that is attached under the heading ‘Expenditure on Workforce’ includes, in millions of euros, the figure that they included in the box ‘Expenditures for sports staff registered in LaLiga’.
atpcorruptfirst roundnick kyrgios First Published: August 28, 2019, 12:13 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. New York: Australia’s Nick Kyrgios became the last player to reach the second round of the US Open by defeating American Steve Johnson 6-3, 7-6 (7/1), 6-4 early Wednesday morning.Kyrgios, seeded 28th, fired 24 aces to four for Johnson and made eight double faults, twice Johnson’s total. “To have a performance like that is pretty special,” Kyrgios said. “I don’t take these days for granted.”Kyrgios said that to be issued a record $113,000 fine by the ATP for actions at the Cincinnati Masters was not a concern for him entering the US Open.”Not at all,” he said. “ATP is pretty corrupt anyway. I’m not frustrated at all.”He later added, “I’m fined 113K for what?”Kyrgios smashed two racquets and used a profanity in describing an umpire as a “tool” after being assessed a time violation in a loss to Russia’s Karen Khachanov.He also called the umpire “rubbish”, “a disgrace” and “the worst ref in the game.”Kyrgios, who won ATP titles earlier this year at Acapulco and Washington, will next face French wildcard Antoine Hoang after dispatching a friend in Johnson.”I knew I had to play top-flight tennis. I had to serve well,” Kyrgios said. “I was hitting the ball really well. I was happy to get done in three sets.”Kyrgios could take full advantage of a draw quarter that opened greatly with upsets Tuesday, although he said such things aren’t important to him.”I don’t really care about that,” Kyrgios said. “Regardless of who I play I know I can beat anybody on the other side of the net.”Ousted were Austrian fourth seed Dominic Thiem, Greek eighth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas, Spanish 10th seed Roberto Bautista Agut, Canadian 18th seed Felix Auger-Aliassime and British 30th seed Kyle Edmund.The only higher-seeded players than Kyrgios who made the second round in his draw quarter are 13th-seeded Frenchman Gael Monfils and Italian 24th seed Matteo Berrettini.Kyrgios has never gone past the third round at the US Open. His best Grand Slam results have been quarter-final runs at the 2015 Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2014.While the conclusion came at 1:12 a.m., it wasn’t the latest-finishing US Open men’s first-round affair. That distinction still belongs to the 1991 Jimmy Connors defeat of Patrick McEnroe in five sets that ended at 1:35 in the morning.
Google will change the login prompt this month by Martin Brinkmann on June 08, 2018 in Google – 20 commentsGoogle plans to roll out a change to the company’s login prompt this month that changes the design but not the functionality of the prompt.While the redesign is not major by any means, any change to the login page or prompt that Internet companies with hundreds of millions of users make is major as users who encounter the new login prompt for the first time may wonder whether that is a change made by the company or an attempt to phish their login data.Google redesigned the login prompt but has not changed the functionality of it. Google’s last major redesigns of the sign in page date back to 2013 and 2015 when it made things more difficult for multi-account owners and when it switched from a single-form to a multi-form sign in page.You need to enter the username (email usually) first, select sign in and enter the password on the next page that opens. The system does not change, but the design of the login page does.Here is a screenshot of the current Google sign in page: And here is the new sign in page that Google will roll out to all users in June:The three main changes of the new sign in prompt are:The Google logo looks different.The text field, username and password, has an outline around it.All elements are centered on the screen.Google plans to star the rollout on June 14th, 2018 for all accounts (including Google Suite accounts). The company plans to complete the rollout in 15 days which means that the change will be visible to all users by the end of June at the latest.Closing WordsThe redesign of the Google login prompt does not change the authentication process but it may still irritate users who did not read about the change before they encountered it on the Google site.Now Read: How To Properly Protect Your Google Account, LoginSummaryArticle NameGoogle will change the login prompt this monthDescriptionGoogle plans to roll out a change to the company’s login prompt this month that changes the design but not the functionality of the prompt.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement