According to the declaration from the New York State tax department, the investigation reports show the US President Donald Trump assists his parents to leap the taxes of million dollars and also acquired money from the real estate empire of his father more than he had claimed in the previously.

Previously, the New York Times informed its own comprehensive exploration of the vast accession and private records exhibits Trump had involved with the suspected taxation schemes, including “outright fraud” that diversely expanded the funds he received from his parents.

On the various occasions, Trump claimed that for securing his future he received little financial help from his father who is a property developer in New York.

The financial  representative of New York State Taxation James Gazzale told AFP, “ The tax department is reviewing the allegations in the article and its vigorously pursuing all appropriate avenues of investigation.”

The New York Times said, from his father’s real estate businesses, he obtained the amount of $413 million dollars and getting $200,000 in a year in his age of 3 he was already a millionaire in his eight.

The received amount from his father’s real estate fund was $1 million in a year and completing his graduation his funds developed to more than $5 million per year when he was in his 40s and 50s.

The Times also revealed that bulk of Funds was owned as dodging tricks that Trump successfully did with the aid of the device, including a “ sham corporation” along with his siblings he generated hidden gifts worth of million dollars from their parents.

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