Fred Goldberg (IRS Commissioner Under President George H.W. Bush), Trump Has No Excuse To Not Release His Tax Returns The Hill, GOP Chairman Calls on Trump to Release Tax Info Politico, Poll: 62 Percent of Republicans Want Trump's Tax Returns Steven M. Rosenthal (Tax Policy Center), Why Trump Should Release...
Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's newest campaign manager--how many is that now?--told CNN in an interview that "Donald Trump's tax returns aren't [transparent], I would like to see them transparent." Wait a minute [papers rustling]. I'm sorry, that was from an old CNN interview going allllllllllll the way back to April. Show More Summary
Donald Trump should release his tax returns and full medical records, Republican Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Jason Chaffetz (Utah) said Wednesday. “You’re just going to have to do that, it’s too important,” Chaffetz said on CNN. Show More Summary
According to the Trump campaign, the public shouldn't see the candidate's tax returns -- because we wouldn't understand the documents.
Not to pile on Donald Trump, even though he makes himself such an easy target so often, but there's another person saying he should show us his returns. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, during his Aug. 24 appearance on CNN's The Lead, joined the...Show More Summary
LAWS ARE FOR THE LITTLE PEOPLE: Congressional Staffer Charged With Failure To File Tax Returns On $170,000 Salary For Five Years. “According to the criminal information and affidavit, Isaac Lanier Avant of Arlington, Virginia, is a staff member employed by the U.S. House of Representatives since approximately 2002. For tax years 2009 through 2013, Avant […]
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) called on Donald Trump to release his tax returns, CNN reports. Said Chaffetz: “If you’re going to run and try to become the president of the United States, you’re going to have to open up your [...]
Eric Trump disagrees.
"I can't define tax evasion, but I know it when I see it," Fred T. Goldberg Jr. once said. Fred Goldberg, in his capacity as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy, the position he took immediately after leaving his IRS commissioner post, answers questions from the Joint Committee on Taxation in February 1992. Show More Summary
Former IRS Commissioner Fred Goldberg: "As a former IRS commissioner and practicing tax lawyer, I understand it may be inconvenient for Trump to release his tax returns but we all know -- and the IRS has confirmed -- that nothing prevents any of us from releasing our tax returns any time we want. Show More Summary
Donald Trump's tax returns should remain secret because most people wouldn't understand them if they saw them, his son said Wednesday. "You don't learn much from a tax return, in all fairness," Eric... To view the full story, click the title link.
Yesterday, former IRS Commissioner Fred Goldberg (who held top tax positions in the administrations of both Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush)
Department of Justice Press Release, Congressional Staffer Charged with Failure to File Tax Returns for Five Years: A congressional staffer was charged yesterday with five counts of willfully failing to file a tax return, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Caroline D. Ciraolo, head of the Justice Department’s Tax Division...
“It would be foolish to do. I’m actually the biggest proponent of not doing it"
Eric Trump appeared Tuesday morning on CNBC to offer a flurry of explanations for why his father would not, should not or could not release his tax returns. The Republican presidential nominee’s son claimed those tax returns wouldn’t reveal much because most people don’t know how...
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Eric Trump said that it would be “foolish” for his father to release his tax returns and subject them to scrutiny by people who don’t know what they are looking at, the Wall Street Journal reports. Said Trump: “You would [...]
Eric Trump said Wednesday it would be “foolish” for his father to release his tax returns and subject them to scrutiny by people who don't know what they are looking at.
Eric Trump, the son of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, says it would be “foolish” to release his father’s tax returns while under audit by the government. “There is no tax attorney in the world who will tell you to release your tax returns while you’re under a standard routine audit. Show More Summary
Fred Goldberg, former IRS commissioner/NBC: Trump has no excuse to not release his tax returns But nothing prevents us as taxpayers from choosing to release our tax returns — and those who aspire for the highest public office have done so for decades. Show More Summary