Freedom

MckMama recently posted about wanting to run. To run away from all things of the world.

Indeed, Jennifer McKinney has reasons to run. In May 2009, a federal tax lien issued by the IRS was filed against her and her husband Israel McKinney and posted here.  While this lien was filed in May 2009, it had only come to light in March of this year. It was up to date despite MckMama refuting the publicly accessible record.

She states on May 9, 2010, a year after her first lien was filed against them:

These past couple years, Jennifer has claimed she and Israel McKinney are trying not to make the same financial mistakes they have made in the past.

On July 15, 2011, the IRS filed yet another lien against Jennifer and Israel McKinney.  This lien has a different file number and is for tax years 2008 and 2009 in the amount of $35,763.19. Their other tax lien is for tax years 2006 and 2007 in the amount of $52,207.33. In case you are wondering, both liens are listed still.

McKinney Lien 2011

 

MckMama just fled her home she purchased as a contract for deed on September 9, 2009 for $485,000.  Two years later to the day, they moved out. She stated her and Israel want to live a simpler life, “Focusing on trying to be obedient in spending less so we can give more.

By giving more, I hope she means to the IRS, although the records prove doubtful.

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3 Responses to Freedom

  1. Henny Penny says:

    Well, I guess the whole bankruptcy filing shows the truth about this.
    She can’t run from the tax liens, but it looks like she’s trying to run from all the other debt she’s racked up, including thousands on a Target credit card and around $50,000 Israel stiffed one of his employees for.

  2. Carrie says:

    What’s your take on mckdaddy leaving? I wish you had more posts since Sept-I am really interested in all of your posts.

  3. FactKeeper says:

    There is MUCH to say on a lot of things. While a couple posts have been put up, this site serves as an archive from the original site that no longer exists.

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