Scientology Sells... And Profits -- IRS Files Shed Light On Church's Finances - 1993-10-21

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F6.png Scientology Sells... And Profits -- IRS Files Shed Light On Church's Finances October 21, 1993, Karl Vick, St. Petersburg Times, Seattle Times

The church gives its proselytizers 10 to 15 percent of what newcomers "donate" for church services, such as the process called auditing that tells how far from salvation the newcomer is. That means the top pitchman in the 1990s, identified only as Barry Klein, drummed up more than $1.3 million for Scientology each year.


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