Nancy Killefer, chosen from a multitude on tax criminals for the Obama administration's chief performance officer, neglected to pay unemployment compensation on her household servants. In fact, DC had to place a lien on Killefer's home to collect the monies due.
The chief performance officer is a new position in government invented by the Obama team to cut waste, "to kill dubious government programs and ensure that taxpayer money is not wasted."
Ace AP reporter, Brett J. Blackledge writes:
Nancy Killefer, the management consultant selected last week to become the new administration's chief performance officer, failed to pay unemployment compensation taxes, apparently on household employees. In 2005, the District of Columbia placed a $946.69 tax lien on her home over the unpaid taxes. Over a year and a half, she had failed to pay $298 in taxes plus the rest in interest and penalties, and she cleared up the debt within a few months.I'm feeling very good about this Obama administration. We will already know the criminal element even before the Jan 20 swearing-in. That in unarguably a major change from the past when we had to figure out who the crooks were as we went along which was very time consuming and wasteful. This is better.
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