Mitt Romney's newly released tax returns provide more than an
accounting of the Republican presidential candidate's remarkable
personal wealth. The documents also give a rare glimpse into tithing to
the Mormon church by one its most prominent members.
reports he will give a total of $4.13 million to The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter-day Saints over two years as part of his overall
charitable donations. The former Massachusetts governor reported income
of about $43 million for the two years. Separately, over the past
decade, Romney and his wife, Ann, have given more than $4.7 million to
the denomination through the Tyler Charitable Foundation, a
multimillion-dollar trust the couple leads.
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