Forced to open its books, one overseas Scientology rehab shows that business is grim - 2017-09-07

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F347.png Forced to open its books, one overseas Scientology rehab shows that business is grim September 7, 2017, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

One of the tough things about reporting on the Church of Scientology is that its tax-exempt status allows it to hide much of its financial information from the public. In some countries, however, Scientology and its front groups have to open their books. Among them is the Netherlands, where once again we're getting a look at the annual financial report from the Narconon drug rehab center there. And just like last year, we've asked our resident money man, John P. Capitalist, to go over the numbers...

I've taken a preliminary look at the 2016 Narconon Netherlands (NN NL) financial statements just filed with the Dutch government. I welcome additional perspective from the several Dutch activists who keep an eye on such things, including TrevAnon and scamofscientology.

Revenue & Expenses

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Forced to open its books, one overseas Scientology rehab shows that business is grim | url = https://tonyortega.org/2017/09/07/forced-to-open-its-books-one-overseas-scientology-rehab-shows-that-business-is-grim/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = September 7, 2017 | accessdate = September 7, 2017 }}