September 09, 2016
NBC News spoke with Tax & Business Services leader Joe Perry about Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence's tax return.
By Vaughn Hillyard & Carrie Dann
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence released 10 years of tax returns on Friday evening, a disclosure that Donald Trump, his partner on the Republican ticket, has so far declined to make.
Joe Perry, national partner in charge of tax and business services at Marcum LLP, said that Pence's taxes show "a return that an average family would file."