Monday, May 14, 2018


Jared Kushner Can't Get His Disclosure Form Right After 40 Revisions and Now He's Mad
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That security clearance that slumlord Jared Kushner needs in order to sell out the country serve his father-in-law properly is like the horizon, the closer he gets the further away it is. Plus, the bookkeeping is a little funny, with Kushner Companies claiming that the interest that it made in a given year on two loans exceeded the value of the loans themselves but bear in mind there is the law of finance and there is Trump finance and ne’er the twain shall meet. ProPublica:
The newly revealed errors center on a pair of loans that Kushner Companies made to projects at 215 Moore Street in Bushwick and 9 DeKalb Avenue in downtown Brooklyn.
Kushner’s disclosure suggests that these loans could have generated more income from interest in a roughly yearlong period than the entire value of the loans themselves. [...]
A Kushner representative confirmed the errors, attributing them to data entry and accounting mistakes. The representative said the figures will be revised in the next annual filing, which is due soon.
The form has been updated at least 40 times since Kushner first submitted it in March 2017. Each update can contain multiple revisions. READ MORE

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