Hillary Clinton Net Worth & IncomeBased on her 2015 U.S. Public Financial Disclosure Reports, Secretary Clinton is worth anywhere between $10.83 million and $51.7 million. The wide gap is due to FEC’s reporting method which breaks down assets and income values into wide bands, e.g., $15,001-$50,001 or $250,001-$500,000.
Secretary Clinton’s largest source of income in her declaration is the royalties for her book, Hard Choices, which falls under the “Over $5,000,000” category. Her largest assets, meanwhile, is a JP Morgan account and a Vanguard investment fund which falls under the $5,000,001-$25,000,000 category. Her declaration also includes fees for 104 speaking engagements attended by both Secretary Clinton and her husband.
Her campaign also released a copy of her 2014 federal tax returns, filed jointly with her husband. The document showed that the couple had a gross income of $27,946,490 for the year. The document also revealed that the Clintons owned 3 residential properties and a single non-residential property.
Excerpt from a statement issued by Secretary Clinton after the release of her federal tax returns:
“Today, I’m releasing my own family’s tax returns from 2007 to 2014, adding those years to previous releases going back to 1977. Since 2007, we have paid $43,885,310 in federal taxes and made $14,959,450 in charitable contributions. We’ve also paid $13,625,777 in state and local income taxes. Last year, we paid an effective federal tax rate of 35.7 percent and a combined federal, state, and local effective rate of 45.8 percent. We contributed 10.8 percent of our income to charity. In 2013, the numbers were similar. We paid an effective federal tax rate of 35.4 percent and a combined rate of 44.6 percent, and donated 11.4 percent of our income to charity.”