Looks like Mr Romney financial files have just been hacked
Link to the documentsThe Bain Files: Inside Mitt Romney’s Tax-Dodging Cayman Schemes
Mitt Romney's $250 million fortune is largely a black hole: Aside from the meager and vague disclosures he has filed under federal and Massachusetts laws, and the two years of partial tax returns (one filed and another provisional) he has released, there is almost no data on precisely what his vast holdings consist of, or what vehicles he has used to escape taxes on his income. Gawker has obtained a massive cache of confidential financial documents that shed a great deal of light on those finances, and on the tax-dodging tricks available to the hyper-rich that he has used to keep his effective tax rate at roughly 13% over the last decade.
More from The HillEarly findings from the documents yielded a report reinforcing previously reported evidence that Romney was still associated with Bain Capital after he retired from in 1999, according to Gawker. Documents in the cache also show that a fund in blind trust in which Romney had invested gave a casino owned by Sheldon Adelson, a major donor to Republicans, $3 million.
Audit files in the document dump also show that Romney has kept a number of offshore accounts through a Swiss bank and a Bermuda shell corporation. Through those accounts, Romney was not "subject to United States federal income or withholding tax on its income from United States sources," according to a 2009 audited financial statement on Bain Capital Fund VIII LP included in the document dump.