Several people are involved in the IRS dispute between Hunter Biden and the IRS over back taxes.
Hunter Biden, the son of the former Vice President, is at the center of the dispute. The IRS alleges that Biden owes back taxes from 2014 to 2018 and is seeking payment of the amounts owed. The IRS has also alleged that Biden used a company registered in the British Virgin Islands to improperly reduce his tax liability.
Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, is also a key figure in the dispute. Giuliani is the personal attorney for President Donald Trump and has alleged that Biden was involved in corrupt business dealings in Ukraine and China. He has called for an investigation into Hunter Biden’s business activities and financial dealings.
The Department of Justice is also involved in the dispute as it pursues a criminal probe into Hunter Biden’s finances. The probe is focused on money transferred from Ukraine, Russia, and China to Hunter Biden’s companies. The probe is ongoing and no charges have been filed as of yet.
The IRS is also involved as it seeks payment of back taxes due from Hunter Biden. The agency is using traditional enforcement methods to collect the debts owed.
Joe Biden, the former Vice President and father of Hunter Biden, has issued statements saying that Hunter Biden is a private citizen and should be left alone by the government. He has also stated that he trusts Hunter Biden to make good decisions and has assured the public that his son is not involved in any illegal activity.