Cindy McCain Releases 2006 Tax Returns

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Cindy McCain, McCain, Money, Taxes

Her 2006 returns are a good start, but as I’ve said in the past, full disclosure for presidential candidates is becoming a must. Especially since it’s obvious that nearly all of their assets are in her name and she recently sold off mutual funds linked to Sudanese companies.

From the AP:

Cindy McCain has released her 2006 tax returns, showing total income of more than $6 million. The wife of Republican presidential candidate John McCain paid more than $1.7 million in taxes.

McCain’s campaign said she had received an extension on her 2007 tax returns and planned to make those public when they are filed. [...]

McCain’s campaign only released the top two summary pages of Cindy McCain’s 2006 return. In them, she listed itemized deductions totaling nearly $570,000. Mrs. McCain is the heiress of a large Arizona beer distributorship.

Again, good start…but we need more.


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