Ivanka Trump, the President’s daughter, and her husband Jared Kushner have long been criticized for their lavish lifestyles.
However, the two families have managed to avoid paying any income taxes on the millions of dollars in profits they have accumulated.
The family has long held that their lucrative business is in the public interest, but the tax code makes it almost impossible for them to pay any taxes on that income.
Ivanka Trump recently testified before Congress about how she was forced to sell her home to pay for her business.
Her testimony was in response to a question from Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., who asked if Ivanka Trump was paying any taxes when she earned a total of $19 million for her first two years in the White House.
Ivanka Trump responded that she has paid “no federal income taxes” since the start of the administration.
The Trump Organization did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
However, Kushner is currently the highest-ranking White House adviser to the President and has been accused of using his position to enrich himself and his family.
A new report from The Hill found that Kushner’s business has made an estimated $10.8 billion in profits since January.
However to avoid being subject to taxes on this money, Kushner has been using a series of loopholes to avoid taxes.
Kushner has been criticized in the past for using a loophole in the estate tax that allows him to reduce the amount of money he receives in a tax-free trust.
This loophole allows him the ability to take home $10 million to avoid having to pay taxes on any of the $1.3 billion he receives as a beneficiary of the trust.
However in 2017, Trump, who has made millions from the Trump Organization, claimed she was only receiving $4.2 million in income.
However according to a tax filing from 2017, Kushner actually earned $18.3 million from the trust and the Trump campaign.
The documents also showed that in 2015, Kushner made $2.2 billion from his role at the White Houses Office of American Innovation, a White House office that helps develop foreign policy, national security and international relations.
The Hill also reported that during the campaign, Trump claimed that she earned $40 million for the White house and she paid taxes on $25 million in charitable contributions.
The report also found that Trump has a net worth of $9.7 billion.