Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByJeffery C. Mays Oct. 12, 2018 Growing up on Buffalo’s rough and often neglected East Side, Keith H. Wofford recalled many crisp autumn Sundays spent with his father bonding over the Bills, following the team’s losses and wins on the radio. Tickets to football games were not in the family’s budget: His father, John Wofford, worked at the nearby Chevrolet factory for 32 years, and his mother, Ruby, picked up odd jobs in retail to bring in extra income. But what the Woffords lacked in money, they made up for in expectations for their two sons. “They always had an incredible amount of confidence in us,” Mr. Wofford, 49, said in an interview. “They made very clear that they didn’t see any limitations.” Mr. Wofford held tight to that ideal as he … [Read more...] about Can a G.O.P. Candidate, Who Supported Trump and Democrats, Be New York’s Next Attorney General?
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ALBANY — New York state officials are probing the tax practices of President Donald Trump and his family following a New York Times report on their use of tax avoidance schemes that they called deceptive and potentially fraudulent. The Department of Taxation and Finance, which is responsible for investigating tax fraud, has opened an investigation; it can collect fines and penalties and also refer criminal actions to the attorney general's office. The alleged actions took place three decades ago, likely putting any criminal liability past the statute of limitations.Story Continued Below "The Tax Department is reviewing the allegations in the NYT article and is vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation," said department spokesman James Gazzale in a statement. A spokeswoman for the attorney general's office declined to comment. The New York Times reported on Tuesday that the Trump family engaged in tax schemes to avoid taxes on gifts and payments from Fred Trump, … [Read more...] about New York tax officials probing Trump family tax practices
Last Updated Oct 2, 2018 6:28 PM EDT New York's Department of Taxation and Finance is looking into a report published in the New York Times alleging President Donald Trump "participated in dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud, that greatly increased the fortune he received from his parents."The Times' detailed report claims that the current president received far more wealth from his father than he has let on — $413 million in today's dollars, by the Times' accounting. And the report says much of that wealth was possible because the Mr. Trump and his siblings allegedly set up a sham corporation to disguise gifts from their father. According to the Times, Mr. Trump allegedly helped his father, Fred Trump, take improper tax deductions, and helped create a plan to undervalue his parents' real estate properties on tax returns. Fred Trump, also a real estate developer, died in 1999."The Tax Department is reviewing the allegations in the NYT … [Read more...] about New York tax officials reviewing New York Times report on alleged Trump tax “fraud”
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by New York Today ByJonathan Wolfe Aug. 22, 2018 Good morning on this stormy Wednesday. Elon Musk is overworked. In a recent emotional interview with The New York Times, Mr. Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, choked up multiple times and said, “This past year has been the most difficult and painful year of my career.” “It’s not been great, actually,” he added. “I’ve had friends come by who are really concerned.” Mr. Musk said that he had been working up to 120 hours a week. (That’s more than 17 hours a day.) He may not be a New Yorker, but his workaholic nature is prevalent in a city where the average person works or commutes more than 49 hours a week, according to a 2015 report by the city comptroller. That’s longer than workers in … [Read more...] about New York Today: Avoiding a Workplace Breakdown
Kevin McCoy USA TODAY Published 10:00 p.m. UTC Jul 23, 2018 NEW YORK – The children arrive in groups, sometimes many hours after even an adult's bedtime. Without their parents, often knowing no English, they're brought by federal agents on journeys as long as 2,000 miles from the southwest U.S. border to social services programs operated by nonprofit, religious or private agencies and companies. Since 2014, thousands of children and their siblings have made the crossing. Coming mainly from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, some were sent by their parents to escape purported violence or other threats. Their illegal trips were aided by smugglers and typically ended with the children in U.S. custody. Officially classified as Unaccompanied Alien Children, thousands of the young migrants have been brought to New York City facilities of a company called Cayuga Centers. The nonprofit has received millions of … [Read more...] about New York nonprofit Cayuga tripled its annual budget by caring for migrant children