Sunday, August 6, 2017

With so Many Red Flags, Why Isn’t the IRS Auditing the Clinton Foundation?

breitbart.com ^ | 16 Mar 2015 | Charles Ortel 

16 Mar, 2015 15 Mar, 2015
Sixteen months ago, Nicholas Confessore and Amy Chozick wrote in The New York Times about the loose governance and financial performance of the Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea Clinton Foundation. For example, after more than 10 years in operation, the Foundation had internal controls that were only just coming into play, while financial disclosures seemed sloppy and even misleading.

In addition, two months have elapsed since Eric Braverman– the talented executive recruited in July 2013 to put the Clinton Foundation back into order– resigned unexpectedly several weeks following renewal of his long-term management contract by the Board of Directors..tout-mid-article { margin-bottom: 15px; }
Actually accounting for financial impact?
Media reports suggest Braverman lost out fighting the melange of Clinton loyalists who behave as Bill and Hillary have done throughout their adult lives: acting as if rules are for other people and noble ends justify transgressions, even egregious ones.
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Judging from a review of publicly available information, Braverman made improvements toward bringing the Clinton Foundation into compliance with the nest of laws and regulations that apply inside the United States and around the world, where employees and volunteers attempt to fulfill lofty goals.


Among other things, these laws and regulations serve to motivate those who carry out charitable works to be truthful about how they spend contributions and grants they receive to fulfill their missions.
One special focus is on how much donor money reaches intended charitable beneficiaries. A second is on whether and how those working inside and with a charity may benefit personally in ways that fall ....


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