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Ivanka’s So Busy She Forgot To Pay Her New York State Taxes

It must have been a busy year for Ivanka Trump. So busy that she neglected to pay her New York state taxes.

Now, President Trump’s Jewish daughter is facing a lien order after one of her companies, Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry, failed to pay $5,000 in state taxes. The Daily Mail has the scoop with details of court documents indicating that the lien on Ivanka’s Trump Tower store was imposed on January 26.

Ivanka Trump announced shortly after Trump’s inauguration that she has resigned from her fashion and jewelry companies. She moved to Washington with her husband, Jared Kushner, who now serves as President Trump’s senior adviser.

But her business has taken some serious hits over the past year. In addition to the New York state tax lien, Ivanka Trump’s company was forced to pay $3 million to another jewelry company after losing a breach of contract lawsuit. And recently, Ivanka’s fashion line was removed from Nordstrom and several other retailers, in part due to a widespread customer boycott.

Ivanka Trump, according to the Daily Mail, has yet to settle her $5,000 bill, and so the lien is still active.

Contact Nathan Guttman at [email protected]

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