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Clinton Foundation: Job One Encouraged Partnerships To “Expand Training, Hiring, Or Mentoring Opportunities For Youth And Build The Business Case For More Companies To Engage Unemployed Youth.” “Through Job One, a key focus area of Secretary Clinton’s work at the Clinton Foundation, the Foundation is bolstering an often-missed element from our national workforce training conversations: business-designed and -led career pathways for opportunity youth – young people who are both out-of-school and out-of-work. By working hand-in-hand with businesses, leading non-profits, economists, and advocates across the country, the Clinton Foundation is helping to identify and scale effective ways for companies to address their core business needs through engaging opportunity youth… In 2014, Job One encouraged and spotlighted 16 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitments to Action that expand training, hiring, or mentoring opportunities for youth and build the business case for more companies to engage unemployed youth.” [Annual Report, Clinton Foundation, 2014]

1 Unless otherwise noted, information for each year is from the following year’s IRS 990 (i.e. 2009 information is from the 2009-10 IRS Form 990, released in 2011).

2 Schedule D, Part V, 2012. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 9/10/13]

3 Clinton Foundation 2008-9 IRS 990 Form appears to conflate the two. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 11/10/10]

4 This must include $5 million in (unspecified) investments that are not publicly-traded securities, which is unusual in comparison to other years.

5 Statement 18, 2007. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 12/12/08]

6 Ibid.

7 Ibid.

8 Ibid., “Mutual Funds.”

9 Clinton Foundation 2007-8 IRS 990 Form appears to conflate the two. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 12/12/08]

10 Statement 15, 2006. Unrestricted Real Estate. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 11/14/07]

11 Unless otherwise noted, information for each year is from the following year’s IRS 990 (i.e. 2009 information is from the 2009-10 IRS Form 990, released in 2011).

12 Listed separately as $195,209. Section 481(a) shows an adjustment of ($451,514) accounting for the difference between these two numbers, seemingly to reconcile a change in accounting method. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 6/9/06]

13 Part IV, Section 54. [Clinton Foundation, IRS 990, 9/23/05]

14 Part IV, Section 54. [Clinton Foundation, IRS 990, 8/11/04]

15 This is true for every year for which 990s are available. (2003-2013).

16 True for every year for which this information is available (2008-2013).

17 It is unclear if these are actually stocks or what kind they are. [Clinton Foundation, IRS Form 990, 9/23/05]



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