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Note 2. Fund Balance with Treasury

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A. Reconciliation to Treasury

There are no differences between the fund balances reflected in the CFTC Balance Sheets and the balances in the Treasury accounts.

B. Fund Balance with Treasury

Fund Balance with Treasury consists of entity assets such as appropriations, reimbursements for services rendered, and collections of fines and penalties. Obligation of these funds is controlled by quarterly apportionments made by OMB. Work performed under reimbursable agreements is initially financed by the annual appropriation and is subsequently reimbursed. Collections of fines and penalties are distributed to harmed investors, returned to Treasury, or when eligible, transferred to the Customer Protection Fund.

Fund Balance with Treasury at September 30, 2011 and 2010 consisted of the following:

FUND BALANCE WITH TREASURY
At September 30, 2011 and 2010
  2011 2010
Appropriated Funds $58,014,096 $44,299,672
Customer Protection Fund 23,755,000
Deposit Fund 16,621 22,226
TOTAL FUND BALANCE WITH TREASURY $81,785,717 $44,321,898


C. Status of Fund Balance with Treasury

Status of Fund Balance with Treasury at September 30, 2011 and 2010 consisted of the following:

STATUS OF FUND BALANCE WITH TREASURY
At September 30, 2011 and 2010
  2011 2010
Appropriated Funds    
Unobligated Fund Balance    
Available $9,880,057 $460,075
Unavailable 27,426,114 2,474,355
Obligated Balance Not Yet Disbursed 44,462,925 41,365,242
Total Appropriated Funds 81,769,096 44,299,672
Deposit Fund 16,621 22,226
TOTAL FUND BALANCE WITH TREASURY $81,785,717 $44,321,898

 

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