US News Donald Trump spent $ 70,000 in hairdressing fees in one year
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This is an incongruous detail amongon tax returns by Donald Trump. The American daily, which reveals that in the year of his election, in 2016, claims that many of his expenses were covered by his companies: private plane, residence but also ... hairdressing costs, up to $ 70,000.
According to the "New York Times", the bill of 70,000 dollars (approximately 60,000 euros) for his hairstyles on the set of "The Apprentice", the reality TV show that brought him into the household Americans, has thus been supported by its companies. A much higher amount than the taxes he paid in 2016.
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Nine of his companies also covered at least 95,464 dollars (around 80,000 euros) in expenses for his daughter Ivanka with her make-up artist and hairdresser prefer.
The costs of traveling in his private plane, which Donald Trump travels between his various properties, such as food or gas, have also been counted as business expenses, the New York Times continues.Scathing reaction from "AOC"
The daily also cites the example of its Seven Springs property, which it classified as an investment in order to wipe out $ 2.2 million (€ 1.9 million) property taxes. The Trump clan has however often referred to this property as a second home.
As the "New York Times" points out, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the US tax administration, allows business expenses to be deducted from taxes if they are "ordinary and necessary", these terms often being very freely interpreted by some entrepreneurs.
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Pointed out in October for a hairdresser's bill deemed high, Democrat MP Alexandria Ocasio Cortez was quick to react to this detail revealed by the "New York Times": "Last year, the Republicans set me on fire hate and vitriol because I had given myself a $ 250 haircut and locks for my birthday, she wrote on Twitter. Where are the critics when their idol spends $ 70,000 on a hairdresser? »
Last year Republicans blasted a firehose of hatred + vitriol my way because I treated myself to a $ 250 cut & lowlig… https://t.co/fOvdARtOe9—AOC (@Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez) Trump refutes these revelations
En more to reveal that Donald Trump had paid only $ 750 federal income tax the year he won the presidency, in 2016, and as much "his first year in the White House", the "New York Times ”reveals that he“ has not paid income tax at all in ten of the previous fifteen years, largely because he has declared more losses of money than gains, ”writes the daily American.
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After the publication of the "New York Times", Donald Trump denounced "bogus information, totally invented". "I paid a lot, and I paid a lot of state income taxes as well," he added without giving details.
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While the New York businessman had built his notoriety on his success, these revelations strongly scratch the image of a fine negotiator and genius entrepreneur that he wanted to build for himself.
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