The Clintons paid $43,885,310 in federal taxes since 2007, for an effective federal tax rate of 31%. They also paid $13.6 million in state and local taxes over that period. Last year, their combined federal, state, and local effective tax rate was 45.8%.

The Clintons contributed 10.8% of their income to charity, some $14,959,450 in charitable donations since 2007.

This release comes fairly early in the election season—there won’t be any voting until 2016—but the Clintons have been scrutinized political figures for so long that we expect few surprises. All told, the couple have disclosed financial data since 1977. The Clinton campaign likely wants to leverage this early release to force rivals for the White House to put out their own disclosures out as soon as possible, revealing potentially uncomfortable information.

Regardless, their political opponents will use this report to tie the Clintons to controversial industries: Hillary received $675,000 in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs in 2013, for instance. The financial disclosure included a statement from the candidate reminding voters of her plans to  close tax loopholes used by the finance industry and ensure that the wealthy pay at least as high taxes as low-income workers.

The disclosures also include a letter from Hillary’s physician, noting that the 67 year-old candidate is in robust health, that her father and mother lived into their 80s and 90s, respectively, and that she takes the popular drug Coumadin to treat blood clots.

Hillary’s doctor also wrote, “She eats a diet rich in lean proteins, fruits and vegetables.”

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