Sanders earlier Sunday wrote a harshly-worded letter accusing CAP of "using its resources to smear" him and two of his Senate colleagues running in 2020 after ThinkProgress published a video suggesting Sanders stopped disparaging millionaires when he became one. The documents underscore how much money the populist presidential candidate has earned in recent years, as his public profile has risen.
Sanders and his wife Jane made a $2.7 million from 2016 through 2018, according to the returns.
After earning an average of $280,975 per year from 2009 through 2015, the self-avowed Democratic-socialist disclosed earning an adjusted gross income of $1,062,626 in 2016, $1,131,925 in 2017, and $561,293 in 2018.
Senator Kamala Harris yesterday released 15 years of tax returns, which showed that she and her husband earned about US$1.9 million in adjusted gross income in 2018.
A number of other Democratic presidential candidates have released tax returns in recent weeks.
The Massachusetts Democrat told IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig in a letter Saturday that the agency has failed to produce the tax returns despite an "unambiguous legal obligation to do so" under Section 6103 of the tax code.
"Center for American Progress leader Neera Tanden repeatedly calls for unity while simultaneously maligning my staff and supporters and belittling progressive ideas", Sanders writes. "I worry that the corporate money CAP is receiving is inordinately and inappropriately influencing the role it is playing in the progressive movement".
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In 2016 when he ran against Hillary Clinton, he released his 2014 tax return, showing $205,617 in income, including $156,441 in wages and salary and $46,213 from Social Security benefits.
Former New Hampshire Democratic Party chair Kathy Sullivan said that while she does not see a problem with Sanders' financial status squaring with his commitment to curbing income inequality, she was struck by the way he handled questions about his wealth. They paid just under $700,000 in federal taxes, a tax rate of almost 37 percent.
The returns provide a more detailed look at Sanders' finances than when he ran for president in 2016.
But among presidential candidates, Jeb Bush still holds the modern-day record for the size of a total tax release.