WASHINGTON (AP) -- Health and Human Services nominee Kathleen Sebelius has corrected three years worth of tax returns after finding "unintentional errors."
Sebelius alerted senators to the changes in a letter dated Tuesday that was obtained by The Associated Press. She says the changes involved charitable contributions, the sale of a home and business expenses.
She and her husband paid a total of $7,040 in back taxes and $878 in interest from 2005-2007.
It's the latest tax issue to hit an Obama administration nominee. His first HHS nominee withdrew because of major tax problems.
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