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Tax Commission News Release

Pocatello man ordered to file delinquent tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — May 24, 2016 — A Pocatello man has until May 27 to file delinquent Idaho income tax returns for three years in which his documented income totaled more than $124,000.

Bill Kinghorn was ordered to file returns for 2011-2013 by Sixth District Court Judge Stephen S. Dunn. Court records show that Kinghorn had income of at least $69,450 in 2011, $28,761 in 2012, and $26,004 in 2013.

According to court documents, Kinghorn is a repeat offender when it comes to filing late. The Idaho State Tax Commission took administrative action on four occasions to get him to file overdue returns for 1998-1999, 2000-2003, 2004-2005, and 2006-2009. 

“Our goal is to get everyone to file their tax returns as the law requires,” said Tax Commission Chairman Ken A. Roberts. “We must keep the system fair for the majority of taxpayers who do the right thing on their own.”  

The Tax Commission is represented in this case by Deputy Attorney General Nathan H. Nielson.

Posted 05-24-2016
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