Trump Organization, the CFO is responsible for 15-year tax evasion
July 2, 2021
NEW YORK- Donald Trump and the long-standing chief financial officer on Thursday did not object to what the prosecutor in New York referred to as “sweeping and audacious” tax fraud, stemming from a sample in the business and practice of the former US President.
It could disrupt the Trump Organization’s relationships with banks and business partners, as well as complicate Trump’s political future as he resumes addressing rallies and considers a presidential run in 2024.
Prosecutors charged the Trump Organization and Weisselberg with defrauding tax authorities by awarding “off the books” benefits to company executives since 2005.
Please contact Legal Research Institute of Pakistan for further assistance.