Calls on opponent Fred Hubbell to match her transparency
Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today that she will make 10 years of her household tax returns public.
“Iowa has a strong tradition of candidates and public servants setting high standards for transparency in their financial disclosure. Both Republican and Democratic candidates have always gone above and beyond the required financial disclosures and released their taxes,” said Gov. Reynolds. “Voters deserve full transparency, including the release of tax returns as part of the process of electing a governor. I hope Fred Hubbell will join me and publicly release 10 years of personal returns. Together we can continue Iowa’s long bipartisan tradition of financial transparency for candidates for high office.”
In 2017, Gov. Reynolds and husband Kevin’s status was married filing separately on a combined return. Information from the 2017 filing is included below.
|Fed tax before credit||22,872|
|Fed tax paid/rate||22,872||(14.1%)|
|Refund at filing||$50|
|IA taxable income||$104,328|
|IA retirement exclusion||12,000|
|IA state/school dist tax paid/rate||$4,950||(4.7%)|
|Refund at filing||1,769|
|SS tax paid||7,356|
|Medicare tax paid||2,219|
|Total tax paid||$37,397|