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Tax Commission News Release

Rupert woman ordered to file delinquent tax returns

BOISE, IDAHO — June 25, 2014 — A Rupert woman has until June 27 to file Idaho income tax returns for two years in which her reported income totaled more than $84,000.

Kimberly Williams was ordered to file returns for 2011 and 2012 by Fifth District Court Judge Jonathan Brody. Court records show that Williams had income of at least $40,175 in 2011 and $44,453 in 2012.

According to court records, Williams is a repeat offender when it comes to late filing. Court action was taken when she failed to file her 2008 through 2010 tax returns, and the Idaho State Tax Commission took administrative action on two occasions for late filing of returns for 2004-2005 and 2006-2007.  

“Some people act like the law just doesn’t apply to them,” said Tax Commissioner David Langhorst. “To keep things fair for all the taxpayers who file their returns on time, we need to follow up with those who don’t.”  

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


Posted 06-25-2014

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