Jill Billings delinquent income taxes

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Jill Billings delinquent income taxes

October 25, 2022 - 20:21
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This was found online regarding Tax Liens and Tax Warrants. State Representative Jill Billings, La Crosse, had both issued to her for a past due WI income tax bill of over $10,000.00.

A tax lien is a claim the government makes on your property, including real estate and other assets, when you’re past due on your income taxes. If you don’t take care of a federal tax lien, a tax levy could come next.

A tax warrant is a legal action that can be brought against you by the state or federal government if you fail to pay your taxes. Also called a lien, the warrant is a public record that allows the government to claim your personal property or assets to satisfy the unpaid taxes.

The Case # for the Tax Warrant is (WI) Dept of Rev 2022TW000097.

Representative Billings claims it was a mistake of missing paperwork. Okay, so what took so long to correct what should have been a simple rectification before these legal actions were taken? Departments of Revenue will notify delinquent taxpayers (assuredly more than once) before resorting to issuing tax liens and warrants. Was the problem only a paperwork mistake or was it mismanagement of finances? Her State Representative income tax should have been automatically withheld, so what other sources of income does she have? Why were the estimated taxes for other private income not paid on schedule?


  1. How did she get this far in the rears? The estimate is that the state portion of income tax would be about $7000.00. The additional over $3000.00 was interest and penalties. A reasonable calculation estimates the income for that amount of tax would be around $119,000.00. Was this income for one year or over multiple years? How long has she been delinquent? The interest accrued on this on an approximately $7000.00 delinquent tax bill indicates that this has been going on for more than a year.
  2. What took so long to pay? What was the reason for letting this amount of interest and penalties accrue? Was she also late with Federal Income taxes? If so, how much?
  3. How is it that when this came out in the media, it was taken care of in very short order? Why not take care of it sooner? Did Rep Billings receive assistance from others? Who and for how much each? Is she now beholden to them? Is there a repayment plan in place? Should there be?
  4. The media simply reported that Rep. Billings had the tax lien & warrant and then further reported that she paid all that was owed in full. And that's supposed to be the extent of it? Why did the media not ask these questions? If they did, are they covering for her and her answers?

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Chris Woodard, Billing's opponent in the 95th Assembly District election, indicated that candidates must disclose their sources of income on their election filings. Chris told me she had not listed any other source of income on that disclosure. So if her only source of income is from the State Assembly, how did she get so far in the rears or does she have other income that she did not disclose? If so, why not disclose it? It would be nice to get answers to all of these questions as the media didn't dig in to it at all.

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