NY Elected Officials Disclose Financial Holdings From 2014

ALBANY (AP) -

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.