Tom Brady could face huge tax implications, like $21,500 huge, if he gives cornerback Malcolm Butler his brand new 2015 Chevy Colorado he won for being named MVP, according to Forbes. That’s more than 60 percent the value of the truck.

The truck is considered to be a taxable prize under the Internal Revenue Code, section 74, which means it’s taxed at Brady’s federal income tax rate of 39.6 percent, plus state income tax, which calculates approximately to $13,500.

In addition, if Brady gives Butler the truck, he will face an additional $8,000 gift tax. The tax code only allows one person to give another person $14,000 tax free before assessing a donor level tax on the gift, according to Forbes.

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