Share Gains for the Watchtower
Regarding the finances of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (WTBTS), the call for greater transparency is getting louder. The desire of many sincere proclaimers has become a demand, which we consider justified.
Therefore, on this page we will show you the path to facts publicly accessible to everyone, and make some considerations in the form of questions. The rating is left up to each reader himself.
Where there is clarity and openness, there is no room
for speculations and question marks.
Every nonprofit organization is obliged to submit a kind of tax return each year. This declaration on the form 990 is published on the internet.
The Watch Tower Bible And Tract Society appears as a beneficiary in the tax return of the Henrietta M. Riley Trust.
Let's take a look at part of the WTBTS income. Don't worry, it's not illegal! These documents are available for inspection on public servers. Here you can find the tax returns of the Henrietta M. Riley Trust: