Planned Parenthood Shows $¾ Billion of Excess of Revenue Over Past Decade

Genevieve Plaster  

As debate over the relative capacity of Planned Parenthood clinics and federally qualified health centers has emerged, one element of the argument has focused on funds that may be available to the former to replace certain government grants and reimbursements.  CLI examined nine consecutive years of annual reports for the organization and the available information there on “excess of revenue over expenses” is shown below.  While consistent details on certain financials in these documents are absent, particularly prior to 2008, the annual reports provide a glimpse of the general pattern of net income for the organization over nearly a full decade:

 

To download as PDF with clickable links, please see “Planned Parenthood Excess Revenue, 2005-2014

 

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