The tax records, which were filed with the IRS in November of 2015, show that the Clinton Foundation spent far more on overhead expenses like travel ($7.9 million) than it did on charitable grants in 2014. The group also spent more on rent and office supplies (a total of $6.6 million) than it did on charitable grants. The Clinton Foundation’s IRS forms show that even its depreciation expense ($5.3 million) — an accounting classification that takes into account the wear and tear of an organization’s assets — exceeded the tax-exempt organization’s charitable grant outlays.Have this at the ready when you encounter anyone from the dwindling band of dyed-in-the-wool Madame BleachBit devotees this fall.
Monday, September 19, 2016
For the Clinton machine, it's all about the gravy
After the travel expenses and the glitz, it seems there's not much left over for do-gooder-ism: