Mayor Pete Releases Ten Years of Tax Returns

Mayor Pete Releases Ten Years of Tax Returns

SOUTH BEND, IN – Today, Mayor Pete released his past ten years of tax returns. They can be found here. T

In 2018, Pete and his husband earned $128,630 in taxable income. After their marriage, Pete and Chasten filed jointly as a married couple

In 2017, Pete earned $117,973 in taxable income. Pete received a $30,000 advance to write his book, Shortest Way Home.

In 2016, Pete earned $94,573 in taxable income.

In 2015, Pete earned $105,394 in taxable income.

In 2014, Pete earned $34,133 in taxable income. Pete deployed to Afghanistan and took an unpaid leave of absence as mayor while deployed.

In 2013, Pete earned $97,348 in taxable income. Pete taught a class at Notre Dame and received a small stipend, in addition to his city salary.

In 2012, Pete earned $89,807 in taxable income.

In 2011, Pete had a negative taxable income of $3,920. Pete was running for mayor and had a very low taxable income. This, combined with his mortgage interest and property taxes, placed him into a negative taxable income and he received a small earned income tax credit.

In 2010, Pete earned $21,317 in taxable income. Pete left his job to run for state treasurer and had a lower taxable income than previous years.

In 2009, Pete earned $136,129 in taxable income.  

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