Are the Meatworkers Union Hiding Money Legally?

The Meatworkers Union declared income of $712,370 in the year ending September 30th, 2010. Yet a rough calculation means suggests they are collecting approximately $5 million in membership fees.

Meat Workers Union 2010 Accounts

So there is a shortfall of about $4 million that is not publically declared.

If I were a member of the meatworkers union I would be asking my union rep where the money is. $4 million is an awful lot of money to not be in the union accounts.

I would also ask why the 2011 accounts haven’t been filed either.

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