Teamster Financial Reports Now Available

The 2018 financial reports on Teamster locals, joint councils, and the International Union are now available, or will become available by March 31. Here is the International union LM-2 financial report.

teamsters-office_thumb.jpgEach union local and affiliate must file an annual LM-2 financial report by March 31 with the US Department of Labor, except those locals and affiliates consisting only of public employees.

Click here to learn how to get a reportClick here to use the Department of Labor's updated search page. For “Abbr" you must enter “IBT.” For more guidance, see our information page on LM-2 reports, and how to access them.

The International union form is available. You can check out Hoffa’s salary and generous “housing allowance,” and decide if he is doing the job as it should be done.

Members should understand the basics of union finances: our union needs funds to organize, represent members, and defend the union against corporate attack. Our dues provide that important funding. The officers should use the money wisely and effectively, and never abuse the trust of the members.

If you have questions about obtaining a report for your local, or how to understand them, contact Teamsters for a Democratic Union and we can help.

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