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Quarterly:
B.101.n Balance Sheet of Nonprofit Organizations

   
    Q4 1945    
 
 
    Q3 2020
Line Name Q3 2020 Q2 2020 Q3 2019 Units
1
Total assets
10,333,204 10,195,863 9,897,165 Mil. of $
2
Nonfinancial assets
4,300,211 4,311,034 4,303,107 Mil. of $
3
Real estate
3,634,115 3,650,219 3,658,168 Mil. of $
4
Equipment
465,669 462,821 452,979 Mil. of $
5
Intellectual property products
200.427 197.994 191.960 Bil. of $
6
Financial assets
6,032,993 5,884,829 5,594,058 Mil. of $
7
Cash and non-interest-bearing deposits
199,943 197,135 188,706 Mil. of $
8
Other deposits and short-term investments
268,561 257,038 281,025 Mil. of $
9
Money market fund shares
138,330 145,480 108,418 Mil. of $
10
Debt securities
370,845 366,413 349,819 Mil. of $
11
U.S. government and municipal securities
126,855 126,002 121,899 Mil. of $
12
Corporate and foreign bonds
243,990 240,411 227,920 Mil. of $
13
Loans
183,846 182,756 181,687 Mil. of $
14
Mortgages
1,226 1,215 1,173 Mil. of $
15
Consumer credit
25.463 25.682 28.427 Bil. of $
16
Other notes and loans receivable
157,157 155,859 152,087 Mil. of $
17
Corporate equities and mutual fund shares
2,343,144 2,253,586 2,125,817 Mil. of $
18
Grants and trade receivables
287,139 278,413 267,782 Mil. of $
19
Miscellaneous assets
2,241,185 2,204,008 2,090,804 Mil. of $
20
Liabilities
2,116,030 2,097,942 2,044,583 Mil. of $
21
Debt securities (municipal securities)
206.665 208.018 214.201 Bil. of $
22
Loans
371,008 367,591 357,243 Mil. of $
23
Commercial mortgages
285.157 282.912 276.084 Bil. of $
24
Depository institution loans n.e.c.
85,851 84,679 81,159 Mil. of $
25
Other loans and advances
0 0 0 Mil. of $
26
Trade payables
379,213 377,175 371,081 Mil. of $
27
Miscellaneous liabilities
1,159,144 1,145,158 1,102,058 Mil. of $
28
Net worth
8,217,174 8,097,921 7,852,582 Mil. of $
Memo:
29
Total financial assets of private foundations
1,033,637 1,011,185 973,759 Mil. of $
30
Total financial assets of 501(c) organizations
4,987,831 4,868,869 4,620,299 Mil. of $
   

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