Hunter Biden Hid $400,000 of Ukrainian Burisma Payments From the IRS
The amount claimed on Hunter Biden's 2014 tax return was at least $400,000 short according to a report by John Solomon from Just the News.
The amount claimed on Hunter Biden’s 2014 tax return was at least $400,000 short according to a report by John Solomon from Just the News.
Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin wrote to Hunter in a 2017 email informing him that he needed to amend his tax return so that it includes $400,000 in payments he had received from the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
“In 2014 you joined the Burisma board, and we still need to amend your 2014 returns to reflect the unreported Burisma income,” Schwerin wrote in the email which was obtained from the confiscated Delaware laptop.
Hunter Biden took a position on the Burisma board in 2014 when his father, Joe Biden, was serving as Vice President of the United States. He retained the position until 2019.
We learned this week that Hunter is under a federal criminal investigation by the Justice Department for possible tax evasion. The investigation is reported to have begun back in 2018.
The investigation may also reveal conflicts of interest between Hunter Biden’s business deals and his relationship with his father.
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