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Evidence for suspected Bank of Oklahoma and Cimarron Business tax credit fraud.

Re: BOK subsidiary Cottonwood Valley Ventures and "Venture Capital Investment Tax Credits" (VC) state statute 68 ยง 2357.7.

Oklahoma Tax Commission Auditor's Email dated January 2010         View more
BOK (Cotton Valley Ventures), tax credit investments claimed. 2006 2007   2008   2008 Amended   2009  
Cimarron Business Capital, tax credit investments claimed. 2006 2007 2008
BOK's SEC Schedule DEF 14A Proxy statements reveal selling tax credits at a discount.
Found under "Certain Transactions"
DEF 14A Schedule Proxy Statements. 2009*   2008   2007   2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001
  * No disclosure reported for 2009, as of this reporting. One reasonable assumption is the leaking to the public that BOK filed a $100 million tax credit claim for 2009, more than one year after this program expired; and filed an amended 2008 tax credit return claiming it had over looked reporting it had received $800 million in funds to invest in 2008, more than one year late.

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Website
Search on BOK Financial Corp
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Stock symbol BOKF
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CIK#: 875357
Or, direct links to key BOK SEC filings
Annual reports Form 10-K 2009   2008   2007   2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001


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Notes:
(1) As used, here BOK collectively refers to BOK Financial Corp, subsidiaries and affiliates; most notably, a banking subsidiary BOK Oklahoma; and BOK Oklahoma subsidiaries' Cottonwood Valley Ventures and CVV Partnership.
(2) As used, here Cimarron refers to Cimarron Business Capital Company.

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