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Biden Family Allegedly Has A Lengthy History Of Tax Issues Dating Back Decades

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President Biden has repeatedly emphasized the need for wealthy individuals and corporations to pay more taxes, while his own family members have faced tax issues.

His daughter, Ashley Biden, owes over $5,000 in income taxes, and his son, Hunter Biden, is accused of evading $1.4 million in federal taxes.

Additionally, other Biden family members have encountered tax problems. (Trending: Prominent LGBTQ Activist Arrested Over Disturbing Charges)

“The scale is not anything like Hunter, but… Joe is constantly talking about how wealthy and connected people do not pay their fair share and can afford to pay more, and it just so happens that both of his living children did not pay their taxes,” Garrett Ziegler, the founder of nonprofit Marco Polo said.

“This is just another example of the Bidens being careless,” he added.

“You’d think that they would show a little bit more prudence when you’re the American first family to make sure you don’t have any tax liens on you, especially going into an election year.”

Weiss noted that, in “furtherance of that scheme,” Hunter Biden “subverted the payroll and tax withholding process of his own company, Owasco, PC by withdrawing millions” from the company “outside of the payroll and tax withholding process that it was designed to perform.”

Hunter allegedly “spent millions of dollars on an extravagant lifestyle rather than paying his tax bills,” and in 2018, “stopped paying his outstanding and overdue taxes for tax year 2015.”

Despite this, President Biden has consistently advocated for tax fairness and proposed increasing IRS staff to target tax evasion among the wealthy.

“Corporations need to pay their fair share in taxes,” Biden said in 2019.

“I’ll reverse Trump’s giveaway to the super-wealthy and corporations because it’s time we reward work, not just wealth.”

“As president, I’ll make sure giant corporations and the super-wealthy pay their fair share in taxes — and then invest that money in growing a stronger, more inclusive middle class,” he wrote later.

“For too long we’ve had an economy that gives every break in the world to the folks who need it the least. It’s time to grow the economy from the bottom up,” Biden said.

“I’m a capitalist, but just pay your fair share,” Biden said in 2023.

The White House and Biden family members declined to comment on these matters.

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