Geithner taxes for dummies

'If he got a W-2, it's not something that would jump out at you,' said Bryan Camp, a tax professor at the Texas Tech University School of Law. Bill Gruen, an accountant who handles the filings of several United Nations, World Bank and IMF employees, said Geithner was probably confused by tax software that

Written by: Jessica Behnham

Should the U.S. treasury secretary know how to do his own taxes?

Maybe not, say payroll lawyers, accountants and tax professors, who consider Timothy Geithner's failure to pay four years of Social Security and Medicare payroll taxes to be a fairly common mistake -- even for a top economist chosen to run the Treasury Department, including the Internal Revenue Service.

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