Tim Geithner would be so proud…
According to reporter Matthew Vadum, ACORN owes a little under $163,000 in back taxes, both to the IRS and a number of state revenue agencies.
The massive conglomerate ACORN Housing Corp. and its subsidiaries owe an eye-popping $162,813 in back taxes, according to the Nexis public records database.
The money is owed to the IRS, California, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington, the city of Philadelphia, and the California counties of Fresno and Santa Clara. (A list of the 106 tax liens may be viewed here.)
Like a con artist trying to escape his past, ACORN Housing legally changed its name to Affordable Housing Centers of America Inc. (AHCOA).
And don’t forget, as I posted last week, ACORN is still getting federal dollars.
What are the chances of the public-employee-union-staffed IRS going after ACORN or AHCOA? I wouldn’t place any large wagers–or small ones, for that matter–on it.