Kody Brown’s tax debt has come to light because the Sister Wives family is reportedly still in debt.
Despite a successful reality TV show, Kody is still plagued by financial problems, including problems with the IRS. TLC has not yet officially confirmed Season 15 of Sister Wives, which has undoubtedly contributed to the family’s financial problems.
Sister Wives: Tax debt
According to The Sun, Kody Brown reportedly owes just over $3,000 to the flagpole of the family, home and land of Arizona. It has only been two years since Kody Brown uprooted the family from Utah to Arizona, yet the bills are piling up.
The five-bedroom house that Kody Brown shares with his fourth wife, Robyn, has a tax debt of nearly $1,000, which also includes interest. Kody bought the house in 2019 for nearly $900,000.
Kody Brown also owns a piece of land called Coyote Pass. Kody Brown also owns a piece of land called Coyote Pass. A tax debt of approximately $2,000 is owed on the property. It has been reported that Kody bought the land to be distributed to his family members with the hope of building multiple houses on it.
One of the reasons for the Brown family’s financial problems is that they did not sell their four houses in Utah quickly. When the houses were sold, the price was reportedly significantly lower than what Kody Brown was asking.