Like Eric Adams, Jumaane Williams gets tax extension from IRS

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, the city’s second-highest ranking official, has gotten a six-month extension from federal authorities on filing his tax returns — and won’t say when he’ll make them public before the Democratic primary as he challenges Gov. Kathy Hochul.

Williams disclosed his extension in responses to questions just days after Mayor Eric Adams revealed that he, too, had requested and received a reprieve on finalizing his taxes until October. 

The disclosures come as Adams encounters growing criticism over his refusal to commit to releasing his returns at all, most recently during an interview that aired on “60 Minutes” Sunday.

Unlike Adams, Williams

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