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Cato Institute financial data

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Some of the key financial information on the Cato Institute's finances, based on returns submitted to the Internal Revenue Service, is:(based on IRS 990 returns)

Year Total revenue Program services Total Expenses Net assets
1993 6,085,321 [1] Not Available Not Available Not Available
1994 6,421,265[1] Not Available Not Available Not Available
1995 9,338,834[1] Not Available Not Available Not Available
1996 9,473,622[1] Not Available Not Available Not Available
1997 11,160,734 6,321,351 9,814,776 11,055,652
1998 15,874,852 6,788,006 10,576,951 16,353,553
1999 13,349,590 7,559,568 11,794,075 17,909,068
2000 12,401,337 7,702,965 12,219,864 18,035,650
2001 17,631,255 8,593,972 14,045,306 21,602,805
2002 16,975,806 10,933,980 17,582,455 20,996,283
2003 12,975,701 12,583,901 15,630,490 18,341,494
2004 14,530,419 11,887,101 17,002,063 15,869,850
2005 22,656,851 11,228,618 17,065,056 21,461,645
2006
2007
2008

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Cato Institute, "1997 Form 990", Schedule Part IV-A, page 9. The data from the Part IV-A schedule in the 1997 Form 990 for the period 1993 through to 1996 is not directly comparable to the total revenue data on the first page of returns for the 1997 to 2005 period. However, as the annual returns for each of the 1993 to 1996 years are not publicly available, these figures are the most approximate figure available.