Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released her financial disclosure form Tuesday.
In 2015, Hillary and Bill Clinton made approximately $11.78 million.
From paid speeches alone, Hillary Clinton made $1,475,500. All of this was in the three months before announcing her candidacy. Her highest paid speech was one she gave to online giant eBay, for which she earned $315,000.
Bill Clinton made up the rest of the speeches-based income, giving 22 speeches for a grand total of $5,250,000.
All told, the Clintons made nearly $7 million from speaking engagements.
The other half of the Clinton's income came from book royalties. Hillary Clinton's book Hard Choices banked the former Secretary of State $5 million, while her other book, Living History, earned $50,000 last year.
Along with releasing her financials, Clinton didn't resist the opportunity to take on likely rival Donald Trump. Spokeswoman Christina Reynolds said in a statement:
"Despite Donald Trump’s boasting, submitting his personal financial disclosure form is no breakthrough for transparency...
The true test for Donald Trump is whether he will adhere to the precedent followed by every presidential candidate in the modern era and make his tax returns available, as Hillary Clinton has done."
Trump also submitted his personal financial disclosure Tuesday, saying that at a whopping 104 pages, it was “the largest in the history of the FEC.”
As Independent Journal Review noted, Trump's disclosure claimed his income rose last year, with the campaign saying his wealth is now more than $10 billion.
Even with her big dollar speeches, it looks like Hillary still has a lot of catching up to do when matched up versus The Donald.