The Internal Revenue Service has filed a $819,848 federal tax lien against Sen. John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign. The campaign says the tax return was filed and lost by the IRS while the IRS says no tax return was ever filed. Sen. Kerry’s office blamed IRS clerical error for the claim and said his campaign owes no penalties.
The liability described in the tax lien is based on Internal Revenue Code Section 6721 entitled “Failure to File Correct Information Returns”.
The Massachusetts Democrat said the IRS mishandled payroll tax forms that he said were correctly filed by his campaign in 2005.
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