Breaking News: Kardashian Church Caught In Tax Scandal

Small is known about the inner workings of Existence Adjust Neighborhood Church, the mysterious church founded with the help of Kris Jenner and frequented by her extended family. Though the Kardashians have claimed to have donated 1000’s to the organization over the many years, their financial records have never been produced public — until now! has uncovered government paperwork that reveal that the church management failed to pay 1000’s in taxes in its early many years, and was subsequently hit with liens from the state government. Founded as California Neighborhood Church in June 2008, the organization was briefly recognized as the Existence Alter Community Church in 2010 and 2011, according to California State Department data viewed by Radar. And around that time, records suggest, they stopped having to pay some of their taxes. On April 23, 2012, Existence Adjust Neighborhood Church was hit with a lien for $1,601.93 in unpaid taxes covering the time period of October 1, 2010, to June thirty, 2011. Just a few days later, they had been hit with a separate filing that listed $two,012.82 in unpaid taxes, plus curiosity and penalty fee for a total of $two,293.74. That lien covered a period up till September 30, 2011. The church paid up and both liens had been individually launched by July ten, 2012. As a not-for-profit religious organization, the church is not obligated to shell out some state and federal taxes.

However, it is obligated to pay taxes associated to payroll bills. Some churches participate in voluntary audits, the results of which they make public. Daily life Change does not. As Radar has reported, Kim Kardashian has usually created Life Change the beneficiary of her successful eBay charity auctions.

In 2014, she funneled at least $21,303 to Life Modify, according to the 2014 IRS 990 type for Paypal Charitable Giving Fund, the organization that handles distributions of proceeds from eBay charity sales. In 2013, she sent Existence Change $44,917, and in 2012, $19,975.