Investors Of Kushner-Linked Projects Subpoenaed

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 15, 2018

Authorities have gathered information from people who have lent money to or invested in real estate projects in NY and New Jersey, with some of the deals dating back to 2010, according to Bloomberg.

US tax authorities have reportedly subpoenaed investors and lenders in real estate projects managed by the family of senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. The projects involve deals as far back as 2010. The subpoenas have been issued by the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Justice, the report said.

It is not clear whether tax authorities are also investigating Kushner Companies or its business associates. "It had no contact with anyone at the IRS or Justice Department Tax Division", a lawyer for the Kushner family business told Bloomberg. "If there is an audit of a third party, it has nothing to do with us".

Harder, an attorney representing Kushner Cos., issued a statement to Bloomberg denying that the company was under a tax investigation or that it had been contacted by the relevant tax authorities.

The tax probe is not directly related to the Russian Federation probe proceeding under special counsel Robert Mueller.

Jared Kushner stepped down from his role in the family real-estate empire previous year when he took on his role in the White House.

The tax investigation seems unrelated to other problems that have plagued Kushner and his company.

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