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Fri Jan 26, 2018, 10:00 PM

Klamath Falls city councilor to contest $29,000 tax lien from state

A Klamath Falls City Councilor plans to contest a tax lien against him, which claims he owes more than $29,000 in personal income taxes to the state.

On Jan. 19, the Oregon Department of Revenue filed notice that Klamath Falls City Councilor Phil Studenberg owed $29,733.77 in personal income taxes to the state. Studenberg said he does not understand why this is now being released, adding that he has made timely payments of $2,000 a month to correct this for some time.

The lien references personal income taxes from 2014, public records show. Studenberg said he has already covered $10,000-$15,000 of the amount. Studenberg added that he intends to file an amended tax return and hopes to get a large amount of the money back.

Studenberg, who works as a criminal defense attorney, called it a state mix-up with one of his own businesses, a professional corporation he gets paid from. He said hes on salary to his corporation and that he also draws from it.

Read more: https://www.heraldandnews.com/news/klamath-falls-city-councilor-to-contest-tax-lien-from-state/article_531056aa-f817-5705-90f0-11ab5a8a3640.html?block_id=1275161

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