MICHAEL Vick's $100 million contract will make him a disgustingly rich man. But don't forget: A deal like this puts a few bucks in taxpayers' pockets, too.
In this special sports edition of "It's Our Money," behold how much the city could collect from its new $100 million man:
Wage taxes: Over the course of his six-year deal, Vick will pay the city nearly $3.9 million in wage taxes.
Sales taxes: Though Vick is in bankruptcy, we can only assume that some of his cash will end up going to city businesses. And if he spends a modest 5 percent of his income on goods and services in Philadelphia, the sales tax will generate about $80,000 for the city.