Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Clinton Foundation Spent $7.8 Million On Travel

The Clinton Foundation spent significantly more money on travel costs than it did on charitable grants in 2014, the organization’s tax filings show.

The foundation spent $7.8 million on travel in 2014, while spending less than $5.2 million on charitable grants over the same time span, according to the foundation’s 2014 IRS filings.

More than $6 million of the $7.8 million spent on travel was marked as “Program service expenses.”

Approximately $566,000 of the travel money was marked as “Management and general expenses.” The remaining almost $1.3 million spent on travel was marked as “Fundraising expenses.”


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And I suppose that it's First Class all the way. Coach? Only the poor people travel Coach.