US News Donald Trump declared $ 70,000 for a hairdresser to the American tax authorities, Internet users are laughing at
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The New York Times investigation into Donald Trump's tax maneuvers to evade income tax payments has uncovered many details. In particular, she showed that when he presented "The Apprentice", the billionaire deducted $ 70,000 in expenses for his hair from his taxable income.
Among the revelations ofon the tax situation of is a detail about the hairstyle costs of the president of the , which caused a lot of reaction on social networks. brought to light the practices of the tenant of the White House: when he was the host of his reality show The Apprentice, he deducted his hairstyling costs from his taxable amount as expenses of representation.
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A total of $ 70,000 (approximately € 60,000) of expenses to take care of the billionaire's hair were thus declared to the US tax authorities during his participation in the show. In all, at least $ 95,464, or just over € 81,000, was paid to a makeup and hairstylist close to Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter.Numerous reactions on Twitter
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the US tax authorities, however requires that business expenses deducted by entrepreneurs be linked to "ordinary and necessary" expenses . However, the criteria provided by the administration remain imprecise. The amounts spent by Donald Trump to maintain his hair style have in any case generated hilarious reactions from Internet users.
70k / year for THIS? I need a new accountant.
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- Don Young (@TVdonyoung)
Donald Trump once claimed a $ 70k tax deduction for hairstyling, but wants to cut SNAP benefits for millions of low -income families.
It's all a cruel joke.- Robert Reich (@RBReich)
Unflattering photos of the President of the United States' hair have mushroomed on social media, accompanied by comments like "Trump got screwed" or "Trump spent 70K barber to look like this" . Others have pointed out the unfairness of the situation, saying, for example, that American teachers can only deduct from their taxes $ 250 a year for the school supplies they buy. The head of state reacted with a lapidary "FAKE NEWS! » on Twitter, Monday September 28th.
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