Hunter Biden Did Not Report $400,000 In Income
One of Hunter Biden’s business partners warned him that he did not disclose $400,000 of income in 2017. Hunter made that money from Burisma, the Ukrainian gas company.
“The message from Eric Schwerin, then president of Rosemont Seneca Partners, says Hunter Biden would need to ‘amend’ his 2014 returns to reflect the ‘unreported’ income, according to the copy of the email,” NBC News reported.
This information comes after news came out that Hunter Biden is under federal criminal investigation for foreign business dealings and his taxes.
“In 2014 you joined the Burisma board and we still need to amend your 2014 returns to reflect the unreported Burisma income,” the email, dated January 16, 2017, said.
NBC News commented that the email “raises fresh questions about his tax dealings.”
The email was made available by Robert Costello which is Rudy Giuliani’s attorney. Costello said he received a copy of Hunter Biden’s hard drives from a owner of a computer repair shop.
Federal prosecutors in Delaware are suspicious of Hunter Biden’s business in China.
The Biden-Harris team published a statement on behalf of Hunter:
There’s no indication that his work for the Burisma national gas company is part of the investigation, but the email obtained by NBC News raises fresh questions about Hunter Biden’s tax affairs.
Sources: NBC News, The Daily Wire, CNN, and Breitbart; Photo: people.com