The NUHW is required each year to file a document called an "LM-2" which reports the union's most recent financial flow. It's unlikely that their members ever get to see the LM-2. But you can see for yourself - look at the NUHW's LM-2.
In 2019, the NUHW LM-2 Report stated that the union collected over $12.2 million in cash receipts, including $12 million in dues and agency fees
Even with that much money coming in, the Union still managed to spend 95% of the money it collected.
So, where is the money going?
A chunk of the money is paying top union official salaries and costly operating expenses. The NUHW paid more than $5.6 million for the combined salaries and expenses of its officers and employees.
Take a look at the chart below which breaks down how NUHW spent over $11.6 million.
Other: Contributions, Gifts, and Grants; Per Capita Tax;
Strike Benefits; Fines, Fees, and Assessments; Supplies for Resale; Loans Made; Repayment of Loans Obtained; To Affiliates of Funds Collected on Their Behalf; On Behalf of Individual Members; Withheld but Not Disbursed
Source: 2019 NUHW LM-2 Report