New York broadens Trump tax fraud examinations to consist of writeoffs: report

 New York broadens Trump tax fraud examinations to consist of writeoffs: report

2 different New york city state examinations into accusations of scams by President Trump Donald John Trump Producers association calls on GSA to begin shift procedure Biden vote tally getting close to 80 million Brent Budowsky wins The Hill’s 2020 election forecast contest MORE and his services are now supposedly looking into tax write-offs on millions of dollars in seeking advice from costs, a few of which appear to have actually gone to the president’s child and senior adviser, Ivanka Trump Ivana (Ivanka) Marie Trump Republicans need an excellent female for 2024 NYT’s Bruni recommends Ivanka Trump, Kushner relocate to North Korea or Saudi Arabia White Home unpredictability grows over Trump post-election actions MORE, according to individuals knowledgeable about the matter who spoke with The New York Times

The Times reported that a criminal investigation by Manhattan District Lawyer Cyrus Vance(D) and a civil probe by the state Chief law officer Letitia James(D), which are being conducted separately, have both obviously issued subpoenas to the Trump Company in recent weeks for records in connection to the write-offs.

This comes after a Times investigation released in September based on more than 20 years of Trump’s tax records found that he had subtracted approximately $26 million in charges to unknown experts on a number of jobs between 2010 and 2018.

The Times discovered that a few of the charges appeared to have actually been paid to Ivanka Trump. Mentioning a 2017 disclosure, the Times reported that the governmental consultant consisted of payments from a consulting business she co-owned, totaling $747,622, exactly equating to consulting costs claimed as tax deductions by the Trump Company for hotel tasks in Hawaii and Vancouver, British Columbia.

A source with knowledge of the matter told the Times that the subpoenas were concentrated on charges paid to the firm on her disclosures, TTT Consulting LLC, and represented a part of the $26 million.

According to the Times, the name of the company apparently describes Ivanka Trump and other members of her family.

With Ivanka Trump functioning as an executive officer of the Trump companies that made the pay

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