Senator McCreadie Defends $435K Tax Lien Filed Against Wife’s Company


Senator Brant McCreadie says his wife is currently in the process of fixing the error.

Guam – Senator Brant McCreadie says a tax lien filed against his wife’s company for a liability of $435,000 may have been filed in error.


On January 28, the Department of Revenue and Taxation filed a tax lien against Maids to Order in District Court. Maids to Order is a local company owned by Senator Brant McCreadie’s wife, Dina McCreadie. The senator was also part owner but he divested his interests to his wife after he got elected in 2012.

The tax lien shows a total liability of about $435,000 for unpaid business privilege taxes dating back to October 2010.

However, the senator says the tax liens should not have been filed and he believes it was filed in error.

In a statement, the senator said they are waiting for a letter from Rev & Tax.

He tells us, “We are waiting for the letter. We are hoping the letter will state that it is an erroneous file of a lien and we’re hoping that the letter will state that we are in good standing.”