So far this six-year term, the SAT has forgiven Mexican boxer Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez tax fines of 9.2 million pesos.

MEXICO CITY (apro).– During the current six-year term, the Mexican boxer Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez stopped paying 9.2 million pesos in tax fines, since the Tax Administration Service (SAT) forgave him several debts.

The first occasion was in 2019, when the SAT shared a list with the names of taxpayers who had different payments forgiven. Álvarez was released from paying 3.8 million pesos.

That year, according to a report from Forbes magazine, the boxer had income of almost 94 million dollars, making him the highest paid Mexican athlete.

In 2024, history repeated itself: Álvarez did not pay 5.4 million pesos corresponding to the period from October 1 to December 31, 2021.

Also according to Forbes magazine, in 2024 the boxer was the eighth highest-paid athlete in the world, with earnings close to $90 million.

This information is public and available on the National Transparency Platform. The search appears that the remission of the payment of fines is due to the fact that it complied with the “requirements provided” in rules 2.16.5 to 2.16.16 of the Miscellaneous Tax Resolution applicable in 2019 and 2024.

Just this Thursday the 16th, Saúl Álvarez met with the presidential candidate for the “Let’s Keep Making History” coalition, Claudia Sheinbaum.

In the video Sheinbaum and “El Canelo” appear in a pleasant conversation, exchanging meditation tips and future promises to invest in Mexico. The Morenista candidate thanked him for having had the time to be with her and in the end they hugged her.

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“I want to wish him the best, he is going to do very well and we are also available for whatever we can support,” “El Canelo” Álvarez told him, finishing off with “I know he is going to win.”

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