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So.....Paul Ryan, who claims to be a "Numbers Guy," apparently isn't so good with numbers.
What matters to me is that I do what I think is right and I see, Iím a numbers guy, thatís my attitude. I know we have a debt tsunami coming, we are bankrupting this country and Iím in a position where I can actually advance ideas to prevent that from happening. Thatís exactly what I should be doing.
Back in Augest, when he was being vetted, he had to amend two years of his financial disclosure statements because he "forgot" about an income producing trust worth between $1,000,000.00 and $5,000,000.00.
While being vetted by Mitt Romney's campaign, GOP vice presidential hopeful Rep. Paul Ryan amended two years of his financial disclosure statements to add an income-producing trust worth between $1 million and $5 million that he had previously neglected to report.
The trust, an inheritance of Ryan's wife, former Washington lobbyist Janna Little Ryan, represents one of the couple's largest assets. Letters and amendments Ryan filed June 6 with the Clerk of the House show the trust produced income of between $15,001 and $50,000 in 2010, and between $100,001 and $1 million last year
Now, with the release of his 2011 federal income tax returns, it turns out that he also "forgot" to report income on his those, too.
In an amended return, Paul Ryan, the vice presidential candidate, told the I.R.S. he and his wife had ďinadvertentlyĒ failed to report $61,122 in income from 2011. That raised their total income to $323,416 and increased their taxes by $19,917 to $64,674, or 20 percent of adjusted gross income.
They owed a penalty of $59 for the original underpayment.
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