IRS Auction of Cowboys Tickets Nets $241,000


In an IRS auction, six prime Dallas Cowboys tickets together with the rights to purchase future tickets were sold to a ticket broker based in Dallas for $241,000. The auction was held to pay off debts by amounting to $4.5 million. According to records, the taxpayer debtor was, a mortgage lender which was a proxy company for its chief executive, Douglas Van Arsedale. According to the IRS, the tickets did not belong to Van Arsedale, but he ‘was using them.’

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