Harvard’s Tax Filings

President and Fellows of Harvard College and Harvard Management Company are required to disclose Harvard University’s investments to the Internal Revenue Service on an annual basis. These filings are publicly available on Guidestar.org and similar organizations.

The Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition is making these filings available in a searchable format for the first time. To search them, click on the link and press the command key and F in order to search the filings. If you are having difficulty using the find and search function on your browser, right mouse click on the link and choose “Save Link As” to download the file and search on your computer’s PDF viewer.

Harvard Management Company, Form 990s:

This 2011 IRS Form 990 was filed by Harvard Management Company for Fiscal Year 2012: HMC, Form 990 (07-01-11 to 06-30-12)

This 2010 IRS Form 990 was filed by Harvard Management Company for Fiscal Year 2011: HMC, Form 990 (07-01-10 to 06-30-11)

This 2009 IRS Form 990 was filed by Harvard Management Company for Fiscal Year 2010: HMC, Form 990 (07-01-09 to 06-30-10)

President and Fellows of Harvard College, Form 990s:

This 2011 IRS Form 990 was filed by President and Fellows of Harvard College for Fiscal Year 2012: P&Fs, Form 990 (07-01-11 to 06-30-12)

This 2010 IRS Form 990 was filed by President and Fellows of Harvard College for Fiscal Year 2011: P&Fs, Form 990 (07-01-10 to 06-30-11)

This 2009 IRS Form 990 was filed by President and Fellows of Harvard College for Fiscal Year 2010: P&Fs, Form 990 (07-01-09 to 06-30-10)

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