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Why we're looking at Donald Trump's state taxes In most states, tax filing is closely connected to taxpayers' federal filing data

No, we still haven't seen Donald Trump's federal tax returns. Donald Trump shared this photo on his Twitter account last October of him signing what he said was his 2015 federal tax return. However, it was old state returns that have given us a glimpse into the Republican presidential candidate's tax bills. The information about his $916 million business loss in 1995 comes from state returns filed with New York, New Jersey and Connecticut for that year and which were obtained by the New York Times.
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