The winner of the FedExCup earns $10 million next year. ... Some believe the money should be paid up front, even if that means taking home only about $6 million after taxes. Others say the deferred payment is the best way to go.
"I could see the top 10 being paid out in cash and the rest deferred, because my argument is you don't know what a guy's situation is, whether the guy just bought a new house or he wants to donate it all to this church or cancer research or whatever," Brett Quigley said.
Tell you what, I'm a somewhat creative guy. Pay me a small percentage, say, 2 percent, and I'll make the decision for you.
Posted by Jason Thornbury at 10/31/2006 5:46:00 PM