Accounting Today Quotes Anne O'Brien on IRS Chief Rettig's Potential Response to Trump Tax Investigation

Accounting Today

Charles Rettig was barely 24 hours into his new job as President Donald Trump’s hand-picked chief tax official when a bombshell news report hit, alleging shady tax dealings by Trump and his family roughly 20 years ago. . . . One problem for investigators would be getting access to records that are about two decades old.

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If records aren’t available in agency files, IRS examiners would “have to do some sleuthing,” said Anne O’Brien, a partner at the firm.

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Excerpt taken from the article “Trump Family Tax Report Tests New IRS Chief on 2nd Day in Office” by Laura Davison, Lynnley Browning and David Voreacos for Bloomberg News.


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