It’s the form that makes Donald Trump put his money where his mouth is.
After much speculation, election officials today released Trump’s 92-page personal financial disclosure report. Although the FEC documents neither confirm nor disprove Trump’s claim that he has a net worth of $10 billion, they do provide a number of interesting tidbits on his assets, income and even how many job titles he has.
Here’s what we learned:
1. Actual worth
Although Trump has described his net worth as $10 billion, that cannot be confirmed by the disclosure report, mainly because his assets and incomes are provided in ranges or minimums.
For example, he has real estate assets valued at “over $50, 000, 000” in several locations, mainly real estate buildings and golf clubs. No information, however, is provided as to how much over $50,000,000, making it virtually impossible to numerically define his net worth. We do know, based on our own calculations, that he’s worth at least $1.4 billion in assets.
2. Water sales
Trump’s own personal brand of bottled water -- called “Trump Ice” -- brought in $280,000.
Trump made $589,000 from admissions to the carousel in New York's Central Park, which Trump took over in 2010. It’s officially known as (of course) Trump Carousel LLC.
4. Job titles
Trump currently has 487 job titles -- most of them president or chairman positions at various businesses. Of those, 338 of those businesses are named after Trump.
The businesses he is involved in are scattered across the world, from Palm Beach to a golf club in Doonbeg, Ireland and a resort in Turnberry, Scotland. (The majority, of course, are in his hometown of New York City).
5. Speaking fees
He’s an expensive get: Trump has made over $1.75 million in speaking fees for just seven speeches.