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Tax Commission News Release

Judge orders Weiser resident to file tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — March 17, 2014 — Third District Court Judge Susan Wiebe has ordered a Weiser woman to file Idaho tax returns for four years in which her reported income totaled more than $150,000.

Judge Wiebe issued an order to compel Geneva McInroy to file tax returns for 2008 through 2011. She has until April 4 to comply with the judge’s order.

Court files show that McInroy, as an employee of Avon Products, Inc., had income of at least $48,691 for 2008; $34,866 for 2009, $37,138 for 2010; and $36,220 for 2011.

McInroy hasn’t filed Idaho income tax returns since 1995, according to Idaho State Tax Commission records. The Tax Commission brought administrative action against her on three previous occasions for failing to file tax returns for 1995-2001; 2002-2006; and 2007.

“When taxpayers repeatedly turn a blind eye to the law, it’s our job to step in and take enforcement action,” said Tax Commission Chairman Rich Jackson. “Otherwise, we’re not being fair to the majority of taxpayers who regularly file their tax returns as the law requires.”

The Tax Commission is represented in this case by Deputy Attorney General William von Tagen.

Posted 03-17-2014

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