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Democratic presidential candidate Gillibrand issues tax returns to rivals



WASHINGTON, MARCH 27 (Reuters) – Democratic US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's presidential campaign on Saturday released his tax statements for the years 2007 to 2018 and offers the most comprehensive look to the economy of a 2020 White Candidate's economy, which she called on her competitors to do the same.

Gillibrand reported $ 218,000 in revenue for the 2018 tax year, including $ 167,634 from her senate wage and $ 50,000 from a book deal reported as business income, showing the tax filing. Gillibrand's husband, who had previously worked as a financial consultant, did not report any revenue in 2018.

The New York Senate paid US $ 29,170 in federal taxes – an effective tax rate of 13.6 percent – and an additional $ 12,523 in state taxes, according to the 2018 return.

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] Average refund: $ 3,206

Number of refunds: 10,087,693

Total income tax refunded: $ 32.3 billion

Louisiana $ 32.3 billion

Louisiana

Average Refund: $ 3,115

Refund Number: 1,611,412

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 5 Billion

Connecticut

Average Refund: $ 3,099

Number of Refunds: 1,396,609

Total Income Refund Tax: $ 4.3 Billion

Oklahoma

Average Refund: $ 3,098 [19659006] Number of Refunds: 1,300,577

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 4 Billion

New York

Average Refund: $ 3.059

Number of Refunds: 7,712,210

Total income take x refunded: $ 23.6 billion

New Jersey

Average refund: $ 3,013

Number of refunds: 3,479,321

Total paid tax: $ 10.5 billion [19659028] Wyoming

Average Refund: $ 2,989

Number of Refunds: 214,649

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 641.6 Million

North Dakota ] Average Refund: $ 2,983

Number of Refunds: 277,422

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 827.4 million

Florida

Average Refund: $ 2,933

Number of refunds: 7,854,538 [19659011] Total income tax refunded: $ 23 billion

Mississippi

Average refund: $ 2,922

Number of refunds: 1,018,429

Total income tax refunded : $ 2.97 billion

California

Average Refund: $ 2,911

Number of Refunds: 1 3,594,703

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 39.5 billion

Washington DC

Average Refund: $ 2,900

Number of Refunds: 277,399

Total Paid Tax: ] $ 804.5 million

Illinois

Average Refund: $ 2,900

Number of Refunds: 4,973,653

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 14.4 Billion

Maryland

Maryland

] Average Refund: $ 2,861

Number of Refunds: 2,329,288

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 6.7 Billion

Massachusetts

Average Refund:

Average Refund: $ 2,850

Number of refunds: 2,704,250

Tota Income tax refunded: $ 7.7 billion

Alaska

Average refund: $ 2,843

Number of refunds: 276,887

Total income tax refunded: $ 787 million

Nevada

Average Refund: $ 2,830

Now Refundable: 1,111,952

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 3 Billion

Georgia

Average Refund: $ 2,832

Number of Refunds: 3,606,774

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 10.2 Billion

Alabama [19659006] Average Refund: $ 2,802

Number of Refunds: 1,650,125

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 4.6 Billion

Virginia

Average Refund: $ 2,771

Number of Refunds: 3. 129,030

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 8.7 Billion

Arkansas

Average Refund: $ 2,759 [19659011] Number of Refunds: 989,288

Total Income Tax Refunded : $ 2.7 billion

Tennessee

Average Refund: $ 2,726

Number of Refunds: 2,465,816

] Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 6 , 7 billion

Utah

Average Refund: $ 2,681

Number of Refunds: 1,033,141

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 2.8 Billion

] Washington

Average Refund: $ 2,681

Number of Refunds: 2,749,362 [19659011] Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 7.4 Billion

Arizona ] Average refund: $ 2,672

Number of refund Total income tax refunded: $ 6 billion

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Average refund: $ 2,665

Number of refunds: 1,044. 275

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 2.8 Billion

New Mexico

Average Refund:

$ 2,657

Number of Refunds: 724,549

Total income tax repaid: $ 1.9 billion

South Dakota

Average refund: $ 2,651

Number of refunds:

321,372

Total income tax refunded: $ 852 million

West Virginia

Average Refund: $ 2,649

Number of Refunds: 649,049

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 1.7 Billion

Kentucky

Average Refund: $ 2.64 8

Number of refunds: 1,590,274

Total income tax refunded: $ 4.2 billion

Delaware

Average refund: $ 2,648

Quantity refunds: 365,749

Total income tax refunded $ 968.4 million

Rhode Island

Average refund: $ 2,643

Number of refunds: 436,490

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 1.1 Billion

Pennsylvania [19659010] Average Refund: $ 2,643

Number of Refunds: 5,071,264

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 13.4 billion

Colorado

Average Refund: $ 2,636

Number of Refunds: 2,014,233

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 5.3 Billion [19659138] North Carolina

Average refund: $ 2,629

Number of Refunds: 3,580,471

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 9.4 billion

Nebraska

Average Refund: $ 2,615

Number of Refunds: 711.103

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 1.8 Billion

Indiana

Average Refund: $ 2,612

Number of Refunds: 2,577,994 [19659011] Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 6.7 Billion

Iowa

Average Refund: $ 2,602

Number of Refunds: 1,141,151

] Total income tax refunded: $ 3 billion

New Hampshire

Average refund: $ 2,602

Number of refunds: 558,359

Total refunded income tax: $ 1.4 billion

Missouri

Average Equal Refund: $ 2,601

Number of Refunds: 2,220,029

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 5.7 billion

South Carolina

Average Refund: $ 2,569

Number of Refunds: 1,719,299

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 4.4 Billion

Hawaii

Refund: $ 2,564

Quantity refunds: 535,763

Total income tax refunded: $ 1.4 billion

Michigan

Average refund: $ 2,560

Number of refunds: 3,776,668 [19659006] Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 9.7 billion

Ohio

Average Refund: $ 2,517

Number of Refunds: 4,570,589

Total Income Tax Refunded ] $ 11.5 billion

Minnesota

Refundable Refund: $ 2,516

Number of Refunds: 2,112,212

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 5.3 Billion

Idaho [1965901010] Idaho

] Average Refund : $ 2,457

Number of Refunds: 561,133

Total Income Tax Refunded $ 1.4 Billion

Wisconsin

Average Refund: $ 2,436

refunds: 2,236,886

Total tax paid: $ 5.4 billion

Montana

] Average refund: $ 2,401

Number of refunds: 372,817

Total Income Tax Refunded: $ 895 Million

Oregon

Average Refund: $ 2,398

Number of Refunds: 1,431.924

Total Income Tax Refunded : $ 3.4 billion

Vermont

Average Refund: $ 2,392

Number of Refunds: 254/1992

Total Income Refund Tax: $ 608 Million

Maine

Average Refund: $ 2,336

Number of Refunds: 509,896

Total Income Tax Refunded: [1,2459017] $ 1,2 Billion

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] "I want voters to know that I have no idea that my values ​​are not for sale and that I am only working for you," Gillibrand said in a video released by her campaign.

"Join in inviting all presidential candidates to enlighten their taxes, that is what transparency and accountability is all about."

Gillibrand's release of tax applications contrasts with President Donald Trump, the first modern US President not to release his tax returns to the public. Gillibrand, who formally joined the presidential match on March 17, gave a fiery speech on Sunday, calling Trump a "coward" who "tore the moral matter out of this country."

The release of her tax documents indicates Gillibrand, 52, is likely to make transparency a theme for her campaign. She is trying to make progress among a group of more than 15 advertised and potential candidates who are fighting for the democratic nomination, including five other senators and former Vice President Joe Biden, who are expected to attend soon.

Gillibrand, along with Other Candidates like Senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker and Kamala Harris are trying to position themselves as a progressive race, many making anti-corruption efforts and getting big money out of politics central to their campaigns.

Warren has previously released his tax returns for 2007 to 2017, but not her 2018 filing, which is not due to the Internal Revenue Service until April 15. Sanders, who released an annual tax application during his primary campaign in 2016, said last month that he will soon release more archives, but they "will drill you to death."

Having taken control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 elections, Democrats passed a bill that would be equire presidential candidates to release their tax returns. The Senate has not voted on what is controlled by the Republicans. (Reporting by Amanda Becker Editing by Bill Trott)


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