Hmmm… | Attorney General Pam Bondi Amends Financial Disclosure form that Shows NO Income for 2010, No Bank Accounts
“If you have a checking or savings account on Dec. 31 of the previous year, you have to show it if it’s over $1,000,” said Tallahassee election law lawyer Mark Herron. “If your checking account is empty on Dec. 31, or it’s under $1,000, you don’t have to report it. But it’s curious that the new report plus the one from last year, that it was under $1,000, too.”
That should raise a red flag, he said.
“If you’re making payments on a loan that’s significant, you think you’re going to have some money in a checking account,” he said.
Attorney General Pam Bondi will amend disclosure form that shows no income for 2010, no bank accounts
TALLAHASSEE — In financial disclosures filed last week, Attorney General Pam Bondi reported earning no income in 2010 when she was a candidate for office.
No checking, savings or retirement accounts are reported, either. She lists her net worth at $472,696, with her only assets a home, valued at $635,400, and a car.
Yet Bondi was still able to lower her liabilities in 2010 by $15,961 to $348,704.
After fielding questions from the Times/Herald on Thursday, spokeswoman Jennifer Meale said Bondi will amend her 2009 and 2010 disclosure forms “to provide the checking account balances that were unintentionally omitted on the original forms.”
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