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Wed Sep 7, 2016, 01:20 AM

Anchorage Senate candidate says she played no part in $1.5M tax settlement made by husbandís company

The Republican candidate for a South Anchorage Senate seat says she played no part in the recent $1.5 million back tax settlement paid to the state by a leasing company headed by her husband.

But Natasha von Imhof, who won the Aug. 16 Republican primary for the district represented by retiring Sen. Lesil McGuire, has business connections to her husband's company, Delta Leasing.

Von Imhof's financial disclosure says she made at least $10,000 last year from a real estate company, Morningside LLC, that rents space to Delta Leasing.

Delta Leasing's president is Rudi von Imhof. The company, which is majority owned by Old Harbor Native Corp., agreed to settle its back tax bill last month by paying $1.5 million to the state. Neither the state nor the company would say how much in back taxes the company was assessed before the settlement.

Read more: http://www.adn.com/politics/2016/09/02/anchorage-senate-candidate-says-she-played-no-part-in-1-5-million-tax-settlement-made-by-husbands-company/

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