Just in time for the April 15 deadline, Barack and Michelle Obama have filed their 2009 tax returns. Made public and posted online by the White House, the documents offer Americans an unfiltered look at the first family's finances — including nearly $6 million dollars in income from the president's two best-selling books. Here, some other notable figures from the POTUS's 1040:

Adjusted gross income declared by Barack and Michelle Obama

Mr Obama's salary as President of the United States

$3.3 million
Income from the sale of Mr Obama's first book, "Dreams from My Father," a memoir about his family and early life

$2.3 million
Income from the sale of Mr Obama's second book, "The Audacity of Hope," a policy prescription for America

Federal income taxes paid by the Obamas

Illinois state income taxes paid

Foreign taxes paid

Number of charities to which the Obamas donated in 2009

Total amount donated to charity (not including Mr Obama's $1.4 million Nobel Peace Prize honorarium, which went entirely to charity)

Largest donation, made to both the United Negro College Fund and the anti-poverty group CARE

Smallest donation, made to United Way/Crusade of Mercy, a Chicago health and social services non-profit

Tax deductions declared by the First Family — including nearly half a million dollars in business expenses

Approximate value of Bank of Hawaii shares left to Mr Obama by his grandmother, Madelyn Dunham, following her death in 2008

Total number of pages in the Obamas' tax return

Total number of pages in Vice President and Dr. Jill Biden's tax return

Tax refund Obamas would be getting, had they not decided to apply the sum toward their 2010 taxes

Donatation by The Obamas' accountant, Harvey Wineberg, to Obama's 2008 presidential campaign — the maximum allowed

Number of times Barack and Michelle Obama each signed the family tax returns

Number of times he accidentally signed where she was supposed to


View Mr and Mrs Obama's full 2009 tax return (PDF)
View Mr and Mrs Biden's full 2009 tax return (PDF)

Sources:, The Atlantic, Wash. Post, Swamp Politics