January 16, 2023 - Douglas Myser

Three years to get Trump's tax returns. Not until December 21st, 2022, did Donald Trump run out of legal options to delay giving his tax returns over to investigative authorities. They were originally requested during the Presidential Debate between then candidate Trump and Hillary Clinton, who suggested that Trump was hiding something, as every candidate for President previously had volunteered his returns, to show no conflict of interest with foreign governments. But not Donald Trump. And on December 21st, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court put a nail in the coffin of any future legal arguments about handing them over. Three years to get Trumps tax returns.


Three years to get Trump's tax returns. Democrat Richard Neal, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, initially sought the tax returns from the IRS in 2019, while Trump was still in office. When the agency said it would not hand over the returns, the Ways and Means Committee sued the IRS, Treasury, and former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. The case continued to make its way through both the state and federal court system, and the vast array of Donald Trump's legal team fought, but was repeatedly rebuffed over and over in court losses, over many years. In 2021, the Judge Appointed by Trump himself, ruled that the IRS was obligated to give the information over to the House, investigating the President, then Trump appealed, and the Appeals Court then ruled against Trump.


Undeterred, Donald Trump filed an Appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, and that Court ended the debacle once and for all, ruling that the former President had to turn over the information. The attorney's had argued that the information was protected as he was President, while the other side stated he was no longer President, so that argument was invalid, and the Court agreed. If you have a Tax Debt and or Unfiled Tax Returns, and need Tax Resolution, call today. 1-888-689-7861