With nearly one-quarter of a billion dollars paid into the SEIU International by its members in 2007, the SEIU spends a lot of money on its union organizing machine. Go here to view (PDF) the SEIU's 2007 financial disclosures on file with the U.S. Department of Labor.
MONEY GOING INTO THE SEIU:
MONEY SPENT BY THE SEIU INTERNATIONAL:
36. Dues and Agency Fees
37. Per Capita Tax
38. Fees, Fines, Assessments, Work Permits
39. Sale of Supplies
43. Sale of Investments and Fixed Assets
44. Loans Obtained
45. Repayments of Loans Made
46. On Behalf of Affiliates for Transmittal to Them
47. From Members for Disbursement on Their Behalf
48. Other Receipts
49. TOTAL RECEIPTS
50. Representational Activities
51. Political Activities and Lobbying
52. Contributions, Gifts, and Grants
53. General Overhead
54. Union Administration
56. Per Capita Tax
57. Strike Benefits
58. Fees, Fines, Assessments, etc.
59. Supplies for Resale
60. Purchase of Investments and Fixed Assets
61. Loans Made
62. Repayment of Loans Obtained
63. To Affiliates of Funds Collected on Their Behalf
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