Clinton Foundation spin-off shares the original's tax problems

An arm of the Clinton Foundation that was spun off into a separate charity in 2010 appears to have suffered from years of accounting problems, in addition to those disclosed this week by the more well-known Clinton Foundation.

The Clinton Health Access Initiative, a Boston-based group that once made up the largest part of the Clinton Foundation, has refiled some of its tax forms multiple times in an effort to correct reporting mistakes.

The Clinton Foundation's highly-publicized tax refiling earlier this week was quietly matched by a refiling of three years of CHAI returns as well.

While the Clinton Foundation put out a guide to understanding the amended tax forms and provided statements from both its president and accountant Monday, CHAI posted new returns online to little fanfare the same day.