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Post by Trumpest on Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:58 am

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump engaged in tax schemes that included cases of fraud in which he and his siblings helped their parents dodge millions in taxes, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
The Times investigation, which the White House said was “misleading,” showed Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate business.
The Times, citing a “vast trove” of confidential tax return and financial records, reported that much of that fortune came to Trump because he helped his parents evade taxes, setting up a fake corporation with his siblings to disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents.
During his presidential campaign, Trump promoted himself as a self-made real estate mogul who started out with only a “very small” loan from his businessman father, Fred Trump.
Reuters has not been able to verify the report.
In a statement, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders called the story “misleading” and said that “many decades ago the IRS reviewed and signed off on these transactions.”

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Trump lawyer Charles Harder told the Times: “President Trump had virtually no involvement whatsoever with these matters.”

Harder added: “The affairs were handled by other Trump family members who were not experts themselves and therefore relied entirely upon the aforementioned licensed professionals to ensure full compliance with the law.”
James Gazzale, a spokesman for the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, said the department “is reviewing the allegations in the New York Times article and is vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation.”
 
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service did not immediately reply to a request for comment.
Citing tax experts, the Times reported it was unlikely Trump would face criminal prosecution because the acts were past the statute of limitations. There is no time limit, however, on civil fines for tax fraud, according to the paper.



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[ltr]Statement from the NY State Taxation authority, regarding this blockbuster NYT story: "The Tax Department is reviewing the allegations in the NYT article and is vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation."[/ltr]

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This @nytimes investigation - wow.

"Mr. Trump received the equivalent today of at least $413 million from his father’s real estate empire....Much of this money came to Mr. Trump because he helped his parents dodge taxes." https://nyti.ms/2P90UZD 

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The Times reported that its findings were based on more than 200 tax returns from Fred Trump, his companies and various Trump partnerships and trusts. The records did not include Donald Trump’s personal tax returns. Unlike other White House candidates and presidents in recent decades, Trump has declined to release his tax returns.
According to the newspaper, the report was also based on interviews with Fred Trump’s former employees and advisers and more than 100,000 pages of documents describing the inner workings of his business empire.
“The investigation also draws on tens of thousands of pages of confidential records - bank statements, financial audits, accounting ledgers, cash disbursement reports, invoices and canceled checks,” according to the Times.
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Post by Trumpest on Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:41 am

President Donald Trump tried to rewrite his father's will in 1990 to strengthen his position as the only person to inherit his father's estate, according to a bombshell New York Times report about Trump's and his family's tax practices.
But Fred Trump foiled the attempt, as he feared his son could strip his estate and use it to rescue his own failing businesses, The Times reported, citing depositions and other documents it obtained.


Donald Trump had sent his father a document that would make him the sole executor of the estate and protect his portion of his inheritance from creditors and his impending divorce settlement, according to the report.


Fred Trump, then 85, had not seen the document before but was instructed to sign immediately, The Times reported. He saw the move as an attempt to go behind his back.


He showed the document to his daughter Maryanne Trump Barry, a federal judge at the time. She recalled in her deposition that he told her, "This doesn't pass the smell test," The Times reported.


Then Fred Trump had lawyers draft new documents stripping his son of sole control of the estate. Notes from those lawyers cited by The Times show that Fred Trump's instructions were to "protect assets from DJT, Donald's creditors."

The allegations are included in an investigation published Tuesday by The Times, which said it reviewed thousands of tax documents and financial records. It found that Donald Trump received at least $413 million in today's dollars from his father and that the president and his family engaged in "instances of outright fraud" to enhance their wealth.
The Times reported that Donald Trump was earning $200,000 annually in today's dollars from his father's empire by the time he was 3 years old. By age 8, he was a millionaire, the report said.


The investigation appears to refute the president's narrative that he is a self-made billionaire who built his own empire.
The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance told Business Insider in an email that officials were reviewing the allegations in the report and "vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation."
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Post by Chán mớ đời! on Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:38 pm

Trump mà không gian lận thuế mới là chuyện lạ! Cứ nhìn vụ Trump University là đủ biết Trump là con người như thế nào.
Trump và gia đình thì tìm đủ mọi phương cách, thủ đoạn trốn thuế, lên làm tổng thống lại bắt dân đóng thuế chết mẹ luôn.
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