Jared Kushner paid little to no federal income tax between 2009 and 2016 by using a well-known tax-minimizing maneuver, the New York Times reports, citing the Trump son-in-law’s tax bills. © AP Photo / Mark Lennihan ‘IRS Not Connecting the Dots’: Trump Tax Dodges Unlikely to Bring Consequences The Times said it obtained over 40 pages of documents, including details on Kushner’s earnings, business deals, expenses and borrowing between 2009 and 2016, as well as details on his personal federal tax filings. Kushner has yet to comment on the report and whether it is accurate. © AP Photo/ Evan Vucci Democrats to Probe Trump Tax Returns If They Win Midterms – Senator Kushner Companies, was founded in 1985 by Jared’s father Charles Kushner. Jared resigned from his post as the CEO after joining the Trump administration in early 2017. Earlier this month, the New York Times reported that President Trump and his father Fred Trump had used a variety of tax evasion schemes over the course of several decades, some of them constituting outright fraud. Trump dismissed the report as a “hit piece” and a revamp of an “old, boring” story.