I have a question for you all: What do you think of Trump’s tax returns?
The last time I checked, he had filed them back in 2010.
He didn’t file taxes until 2016, but he paid no income tax at all.
It seems reasonable to assume that, because Trump was a multimillionaire, he could easily have paid as little as he needed to keep the US economy humming along.
He could have been running a thriving empire without paying taxes at all, which would have been a great boon to his bottom line.
The problem with that argument is that Trump was an oligarch, one who owned a lot of property and who didn’t pay income tax on it.
If you look at his personal tax returns, you will see that he only paid taxes on $21 million worth of real estate holdings from 2001 to 2009, when he took over as president of the United States.
And Trump has always had a complicated personal tax system.
The only thing that has changed is the number of tax years in which Trump paid no taxes.
So it’s a little strange to hear him claim that he paid nothing.
That is not an accurate portrayal of his tax return, as we shall see.
When I asked Trump about his personal taxes, he said he was “absolutely” paying the federal income tax.
But he didn’t tell me exactly how he was paying it.
“I’m paying a little bit of it.
The rest I don’t know,” he said.
He did, however, admit that he was one of the wealthiest people in the world, and that he has been paying some of his taxes in a way that would make it difficult for him to pay less taxes.
Trump was, in other words, paying taxes.
That’s an incredibly powerful position.
He is also, in my opinion, a tax dodger, because his businesses are not legally liable for any income or expenses that they owe to the government.
He may owe the federal government about $916 million in federal taxes, and there is no way to get that back, but Trump is not liable for it.
This means that he is paying taxes on a massive amount of money that he doesn’t even own, and it is a huge, massive tax burden.
Why does Trump keep paying so little income tax?
Because he’s an extremely wealthy person who doesn’t need to pay any income tax for the government to exist.
Trump’s claim that there is a “massive tax burden” on him is an interesting claim, but it does not hold up to scrutiny.
In a nutshell, the federal estate tax is a tax on assets that have been passed on from one person to another.
The federal income taxes are on income that has been earned and paid in the US.
If Trump had to pay a tax to the US government every time he earned or paid money to the federal treasury, he would pay a whopping $19 trillion in federal income and payroll taxes every year.
Trump’s personal tax filings indicate that he did not file any federal income or payroll taxes for tax years 2001 through 2009.
Instead, he paid taxes to the IRS on a variety of sources, including property, property owned by his children, and investments.
It is entirely possible that he also paid income taxes on some of these sources of income, but there is simply no way of knowing for sure.
Tax returns are the only public documentation of how much Trump pays in federal and state income and/or payroll taxes.
If you want to learn more about how Trump pays his taxes, you can read about it here.
If that’s not enough to convince you to vote for Trump, Trump has even more money on his personal financial disclosure forms, which are available for all to see.
Here are some of the highlights from his tax returns: The value of his estate is estimated at about $740 million.
That means that Trump paid a combined federal, state, and local tax rate of about $18 million.
He paid about a third of that back in federal tax credits and interest payments, which could amount to an estimated $1.8 billion in federal credits and an estimated interest payment of more than $2 billion.
In 2009, Trump paid $8 billion of taxes on the value of the real estate that he had acquired over the years.
That equates to a federal tax rate on $18.3 million.
Trump paid another $8.5 million in property taxes on that property, and paid another state tax of $1 million.
It’s entirely possible Trump paid more than one state tax, but only one state income tax, which was only $5 million.
Donald Trump’s business empire consists of two real estate developments in New York and New Jersey, the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New Jersey and the Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Trump has stated that he bought these properties for a profit.
But that’s exactly what he would have paid in federal, federal, and