Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders released his 2014 tax year return Friday, following up on a promise he made during the Democratic Debate in Brooklyn Thursday night.
"Well, I think we got one that’s coming out tomorrow," Sanders told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "Yeah, look, I don’t want to get anybody very excited. They are very boring tax returns."
The joint return, which also includes his wife, Jane, shows the couple earned $205,617, with $46,213 coming from Social Security benefits.
The Sanders' claimed $56,377 in deductions, most coming from home mortgage interest ($22,946), real estate and income taxes ($24,509), gifts to charity ($8,350) and unreimbursed business expenses ($4,473).
According to the return, Jane Sanders also made $4,900 as a Commissioner on the Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission.
The Sanders' overpaid in the 2014 tax year, receiving a tax refund of $4,172.