12 Aug 2018

Clinton Foundation Tax Return Shows It's A Scam

It took 486 people, plus $126.1 million in wages and expenses to give away $5.1 million
These figures are from an official copy of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation for the tax year 2014.

The copy of the tax return is from the National Center for Charitable Statistics website!

You can get the latest tax return on any charitable organization!  (link below)

Total revenue (line 12)  ……………….$177,804,612.00
Total grants to charity (line 13) ………..$5,160,385.00  (that’s less than 3%)
Total expenses of………………………… $91,281,145.00
expenses include: salaries (line 15)….$34,838,106.00
fund raising fees (line 16a) ……….$850,803.00
other expenses (line 17) …..$50,431,851.00
They list 486 employees (line 5)!

It took 486 people who are paid $34.8 million and $91.3 million in fees and expenses, to give away $5.1 MILLION WHICH IS LESS THAN 3% OF TOTAL REVENUES!
Line 22 shows ending year net assets/fund balances of $332,471,349.00 which is up $85,171,891 from last year’s tax return!

And they call this a CHARITY?

How Much Does the Clinton Foundation Really Donate to Charity?

The Clinton Foundation's 2014 tax return tells a different story than Hillary and Chelsea would like you to hear.

By Chana Roberts:The Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation's tax returns from the year 2014 show that despite the organization's classification as a charitable organization, in fact most of the profits went to employees, and only 3% were donated to the various causes the foundation claims to support.

As a charitable organization, the Clinton Foundation's tax returns are publicly available from the National Center for Charitable Statistics' website.

In the 65-page 2014 form, the organization's total revenue was listed as $177, 804,612.00, with the total grants to charity amounting to $5,160,385.00.

Meanwhile, the organization's expenses amounted to $91,281,145.00.

This number included salaries for 486 employees ($34,838,106.00), fundraising fees ($850,803.00), and other expenses ($50,431,851.00).

The Clinton Foundation's 2014 net assets/ fund balances totaled $332,471,349.00, up $85,171,891 from 2013's tax return.

In November 2016, Hillary Clinton admitted to receiving $1 million from Qatar.

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