Gingrich businesses owed unpaid state taxes
By RAY HENRY, Associated Press – Sat May 14, 3:46 pm ET
ATLANTA – Companies run by Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich have faced overdue tax bills in four states worth more than $6,000, according to records reviewed by The Associated Press.
The tax liens, which generally allow governments to seize assets or property to settle tax bills, ranged in size from a $195 property tax bill in the Atlanta suburbs to $1,969 in unpaid Missouri taxes. Most of the liens were paid shortly after tax authorities filed them.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110514/ap_ … paid_taxes
I guess newt better clean up his finances before running...
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