Gilmore Law Firm Hit With More Federal Tax Liens
TOMS RIVER – Tax problems continue to mount for Ocean County Republican Chairman George Gilmore, amid a federal investigation into the tax situation of the chairman. In addition to the nearly $1 million of liens affecting Gilmore’s personal residences, new 6-figure liens against the law firm of Gilmore & Monahan have been filed in October and July, public records showed.
According to documents on file with the Ocean County Clerk’s Office, additional federal tax liens against the Gilmore & Monahan law firm were recorded in the months of July and October of this year.
On July 20th, 2016 the county clerk’s office recorded a lien in the amount of $114,427.07 for the tax period that ended on December 31st, 2015.
On October 25th, 2016 that office recorded an additional lien in the amount of $149,333.45 against the influential county Republican chairman’s law firm for quarterly federal taxes for the tax period that ended on June 30th, 2016.
In a true display of “Jersey Justice” (read some of Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Nelson Johnson’s books if you don’t know what that phrase means), Gilmore’s son Michael was confirmed as a state tax court judge earlier this week.
See the liens: