...who have no idea how not-for-profits are run. I am a CPA and I have been a not-for-profit accountant for over 20 years. The nonsense spread around about the Clinton foundation is unconscionable. The audited financial statements and tax returns (form 990) for all charitable organizations (with a 501-c-3 tax designation) are open for public inspection. Anyone can look at them, because all charitable organizations are a public trust. Attached are the 2014 Financial Statements and tax form 990 for the Clinton Foundation (you'll have to scroll past the financial statements to gt to the 990); https://www.clintonfoundation.org/sites/default/files/clinton_foundation_report_public_2014.pdf If you look at page 10 of the tax return, you'll see what all the fuss is about. It says "Grants give to domestic organizations 4,175,833 Grants given to foreign organizations 984,552 Total Expenses 91,281,245 " So the percentage of total grants given out is about 5.7% of the total expenses. This is horribly misleading. The Clinton foundation is not in the business of giving out grants (giving money to other charitable organizations so they can do the work). The Clinton Foundation does the work themselves. They don't give money to another charity to have them work with African farmers and villagers about clean water and preventing aids and malaria, they do it themselves. They don't give money to other organizations to prevent world-wide deforestation and ease global warming, they do it themselves. They don't give money to other organizations to fight for equal treatment for women world wide, and giving our kids in the US more nutritious and less fattening school lunches to prevent obesity, they do it themselves. All these things cost money, like salaries, travel, training, insurance, legal fees, office fees. So, where in this 990 are the expenses associated with the costs of these programs? Why, right on the same page, page 10. The total for column B, The Program Service Expenses column, is how much the organization spent on all its charitable endeavors. It is uniform throughout the industry. It's how everyone does it. It's how you all came up with that lousy percentage on Charity Navigator for the North Shore Animal League. So if you want the real percentage of how much the Clinton foundation spent on charitable endeavors, you take the total Program Service Expenses and you divide it by the total expenses for the organization. So that would be 72,552,187 divided by 91,285,245. Or 79.5%. So 79.5% of the total money spent by the Clinton Foundation is spent on Charitable purposes. That's an astonishingly good percentage. But how much do the Clinton's get paid? Take a look at page 7. By law, not for profits have to list the salaries of all officers, directors, trustees and key employees. Look at page 7, and you see Bill and Hillary listed as Directors, and Chelsea listed as VP of the Board. All three of them received no remuneration for their work. No salary, no health insurance, no pension contributions, nothing. Hey, what about Charity Navigator? That site you guys love so much because it rates the North Shore Animal League as a 2 star charity. How dopes it rate The Clinton Foundation? Well, have a look for yourselves... https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=16680 Not only were they rated four stars in all categories, They got a 94.74 total. That's pretty astounding considering that the American Red Cross got an 85.01. The thing is, the people who are accusing the Clinton Foundation of impropriety certainly know all this. They know they were dividing by the wrong number. They're not stupid. They just hope you are, and you won't check. Well, I checked for you, and I gave you links to back it up.