NY Elected Officials Disclose Financial Holdings From 2014


New York’s elected statewide officials, including the governor, attorney general, comptroller and lieutenant governor, on Friday reported financial holdings from 2014.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has already made more than $500,000 on his memoir; his financial disclosure suggests he can expect at least $150,000 more. His tax returns show he earned just under $377,000 for the book. The year before he made an $188,000 advance. He earned nearly $169,000 as governor and had some modest income from investments.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman shows mutual funds worth between $2.86 million and $4.75 million, IRAs worth between $360,000 and $600,000 and income from dividends, interest and capital gains of at least $146,000.

Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reports investments worth between $144,000 and $395,000, pensions and IRAs worth $51,000 to $145,000 and more than $6,000 in dividend income.