WARRENS EARNED $906,000 IN 2018, PAID $231,000 IN FED TAXES
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, APRIL 10, 2019....U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren released her federal tax returns for 2018 on Wednesday, building on 10 years of tax documents she made public last year as Democrats, including those running for president, continue to pursue similar disclosures from President Donald Trump.
Warren and her husband Bruce Mann reported total income of $905,742 in 2018, down from the $972,654 she reported in 2017. After deductions, Warren and Mann had an adjusted gross income of $846,394.
The income includes Mann's $402,897 salary from Harvard University, Warren's $176,280 salary from the Senate and $323,902 in proceeds from Warren's books.
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