Clinton foundation foreign donors



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FEDERALLY INSURED LIMITS



2012-2013: “Clinton Foundation’s Cash And Assets Limited As To Use Accounts Exceeded Federally Insured Limits By Approximately $166 Million.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 11/19/14]
2011-2012: “Clinton Foundation’s Cash Accounts Did Not Exceed Federally Insured Limits.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 9/10/13]
2009: “The [Clinton] Foundation’s Cash Accounts Exceeded Federally Insured Limits By Approximately $32 Million.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 11/10/10]
2008: “The [Clinton] Foundation’s Cash Accounts Exceeded Federally Insured Limits By Approximately $25 Million.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 11/16/09]
2007: Clinton Foundation’s “Cash Deposits In U.S. Banks Exceeded Federally Issued Limits By Approximately $87 Million.” “At December 31, 2007 and 2006, the Foundation’s cash deposits in U.S. banks exceeded federally issued limits by approximately $87 million and $21 million, respectively.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 12/12/08]
2006: Clinton Foundation’s “Cash Deposits In U.S. Banks Exceeded Federally Issued Limits By Approximately…$21 Million.” “At December 31, 2007 And 2006, The Foundation’s Cash Deposits In U.S. Banks Exceeded Federally Issued Limits By Approximately $87 Million And $21 Million, Respectively.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 12/12/08]
2005: Clinton Foundation’s “Cash Deposits In U.S. Banks Exceeded Federally Issued Limits By Approximately…$32 Million.” “At December 31, 2006 and 2005, the Foundation’s cash deposits in U.S. banks exceeded federally issued limits by approximately $21 million and $32 million, respectively.” [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 11/14/07]




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