October 07, 2019
IRS Admits it's Easier to Audit Poor
This from Judson Phillips:
The answer here is simple. At $500 an hour, how much justice can
you afford? The middle class cannot afford justice so the IRS picks on
them, instead of the wealthy who can afford high powered tax lawyers.
Sorry, but it's just easier and cheaper to audit the poor
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Lengthy NPR article about "What the government expects to find in Trump tax returns."
It boils down to one word, "nothing."
The purpose of the subpoena is in regard to a case regarding his payments to a gouple of hookers. The article goes on at great length about where his business dealings might be (Russia, of course), and how big business makes tax returns look like they are losing money, but it never mentions any connection to hookers or paying them. Needless to say, he would not claim the payments as tax deductions.
Posted by: Bill H at October 07, 2019 11:33 PM (vMiSr)
I hear you Bill; there really is a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing here.
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at October 08, 2019 06:05 AM (8JHJZ)
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