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Tax Commission News Release

Eagle man ordered to file delinquent tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — July 25, 2016 — An Eagle man has until July 29 to file delinquent Idaho income tax returns for four years in which his documented income totaled more than $216,000.

Timothy Huddleston was ordered to file returns for 2011-2014 by Fourth District Court Judge Michael Reardon. Court records show that Huddleston had income of at least $38,134 in 2011, $37,718 in 2012, $80,131 in 2013, and $60,349 in 2014.

According to court documents, Huddleston is a repeat offender when it comes to filing late. The Idaho State Tax Commission took administrative action on three occasions to get him to file overdue returns for 1999-2000, 2003-2006, and 2009-2010. 

“The Tax Commission is concentrating its efforts on taxpayers who time after time don’t file their returns,” said Tax Commission Chairman Ken A. Roberts. “These are people who have been through the drill with us, know they’re required to file, and deliberately refuse to do so.”

The Tax Commission is represented in this case by Deputy Attorney General David B. Young.


Posted 07-25-2016
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