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  Financial Profile:

Rep. Dan Burton, Government Reform and Oversight Committee chairman

Party and state: R-Ind.

Earned Income: $133,600

Honoraria, All Donated to Charity: $500

Major Assets: Residential rental properties in Franklin, Ind., valued at $300,002-$750,000. Two Indiana farms, each worth $100,001-$250,000. Land in Kentucky and Indiana valued at a total of $130,003-$350,000. House and lot in Hancock County., Ind. valued at $101,000-$250,000. Ranch land valued at $50,001-$100,000. Mutual fund accounts valued at $120,010-$402,000. Mining stock valued at $2,004-$32,000.

Major Sources of Unearned Income: Partial sale of Hancock County house and lot for $15,001-$50,000. Mutual fund earnings of $13,210-$28,900. Rent collected on farms and residential properties totaling $25,004-$75,000.

Major Liabilities: Mortgages on residential rental properties totaling $300,002-$600,000.

Gifts: None.

Burton is an uncompensated consultant to his wife's insurance business, the Burton Agency, which is valued at $15,001-$50,000.

Information compiled by the Associated Press from financial disclosure forms filed June 12, 1998. For profiles of other House and Senate leaders, see full list.

© Copyright 1998 The Associated Press

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