Tax bill could impact Notre Dame Football ticket holders


The new tax bill could impact Notre Dame football season ticket holders.

The South Bend Tribune reports, the law eliminated the 80 percent deduction sports fans may take for seat-license fees.

To be eligible to buy season tickets you have to make an annual donation to the university of a specified amount, based on the location and value of the seats.

It's called a seat-license fee and are a standard feature of big-time college athletic programs.

They could have been claimed as a charitable donation on one's income taxes but not under the new law.

More than 4,500 seats belong to Notre Dame season-ticket holders.

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