ALBANY, New York — New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman (SHNEYE'-dur-muhn) has reported taxable income of $327,516 in his fourth year as the state's top lawyer, including more than $49,000 from ordinary dividends and $127,000 in capital gains on investments.
Schneiderman, who investigated the 2008 collapse of mortgage-backed securities that contributed to the recession, invests in mutual funds handled by financial manager Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade.
His 2014 federal return shows $150,971 from salary, $19,957 from tax-exempt interest and federal taxes of $67,184 paid.
His overall income is up about $30,000 from a year earlier, mainly from additional capital gains.
The Manhattan resident's state return shows $21,224 in state and $11,185 in city income taxes, most taken from payroll deductions and estimated tax payments.