Lawyer: Ohio GOP chair candidate owes less in taxes
Written by Associated Press   
Saturday, 13 April 2013 07:12

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A lawyer for a candidate running to be the Ohio Republican Party's next chairman says the man owes less in federal taxes than a 2007 federal tax lien shows.

Attorney Bob Onda (ahn-DUH') says updated information from the Internal Revenue Service shows Matthew Borges (BOHR'-jihs) has a balance of $28,799 on the lien after an adjustment was made last year.

The Dayton Daily News reports ( ) Borges' federal tax bill was reduced from $493,624 to $168,161, and he plans to pay off a portion next week.

Borges had said the 2007 federal tax lien for $354,262 and the $98,397 in state tax liens stemmed from the sale of his home being improperly reported as income.

Onda says he plans to meet Tuesday with a state tax department representative about the state tax lien.


Information from: Dayton Daily News,

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.


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