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October 26, 2011
Herman Cain didn’t pay his state taxes in 2006: The Daily Beast just scored an exclusive about the 999 Plan advocate, which shows that he was a couple years late in paying off his taxes in the state of Georgia. He had an understandable reason, however: He was getting treated for cancer at the time. He filed for an extension on his federal taxes, but never paid off his state taxes, forcing the state to later put a tax lien on him. Cain’s lawyer at first fought the allegations, but finally settled in late 2008. “The experience serves as an example of how broken our federal and state bureaucracies are with respect to the collection of revenue,” said Cain’s spokesman, J.D. Gordon. “The entire process is driven by automated letters generated in response to deadlines.”

Herman Cain didn’t pay his state taxes in 2006: The Daily Beast just scored an exclusive about the 999 Plan advocate, which shows that he was a couple years late in paying off his taxes in the state of Georgia. He had an understandable reason, however: He was getting treated for cancer at the time. He filed for an extension on his federal taxes, but never paid off his state taxes, forcing the state to later put a tax lien on him. Cain’s lawyer at first fought the allegations, but finally settled in late 2008. “The experience serves as an example of how broken our federal and state bureaucracies are with respect to the collection of revenue,” said Cain’s spokesman, J.D. Gordon. “The entire process is driven by automated letters generated in response to deadlines.”

11:04 // 2 years ago