Friday, January 26, 2018

Trump IRS Nominee Built Career Helping the Rich Avoid Taxes

Rettig said at the time that he represented clients utilizing the practice, but did not specify who. KPMG, the accounting firm which developed SC2, was later subject to a wide-ranging tax-fraud indictment for its tax-sheltering practices; three people were ultimately convicted, while charges against 13 were ...
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