Every year, members of Congress must disclose how much money they have and where they have it, flagging assets and liabilities. They report stocks sold and bought. They also must reveal any outside income, positions held outside government, and travel sponsored by others. Exact amounts of assets are not required, only broad ranges. Assets held solely by or jointly with a lawmaker's spouse must be reported, as well as mortgages on personal residences.
Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb.
Total value of assets: $3.18 million to $6.04 million
Largest asset: Wife Stephanie has more than $1 million in an unvested Verizon 401(k). There is a category for spousal assets that simply indicates the asset is worth more than $1 million.
Liabilities: Mortgage on personal residence between $500,000 and $1 million.
Income: His wife collected more than $1,000 in salary from Verizon.
Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb.
Total value of assets: $2.25 million to $6.67 million
Largest asset: Shares in the family ranch, Sunny Slope Ranch, worth more than $2 million.
Liabilities: Between $1.87 million and $6.9 million. That includes a personal residence mortgage, but most is in connection with the ranch.
Income: Collected $12,000 last year in salary as a state senator. Husband Bruce collected more than $1,000 in income from the ranch.
Outside positions held: Member of the board of directors of the Nebraska Public Leadership Foundation and board member for the family ranch.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa
Total value of assets: $1.64 million to $4.65 million
Largest assets: Various pieces of farmland in Butler County, Iowa, totaling between $815,000 and $2 million.
Liabilities: Mortgage on a Virginia home outside Washington, D.C., of $50,000 to $100,000.
Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa
Total value of assets: $12.1 million to $23.97 million
Largest asset: His wife, Ruth, has three sets of stocks each worth more than $1 million: Conoco Phillips, Phillips 66 and United Technologies Corp. The couple also own a vacation home in the Bahamas worth between $500,000 and $1 million.
Income: Ruth Harkin earned more than $1,000 in salary from ConocoPhillips, United Technologies Corp. and National Toll Road.
Rep. Adrian Smith, R-Neb.
Total value of assets: $153,000 to $470,000
Largest asset: My Other Garage, a mini-storage business in Gering, Neb.
Liabilities: Total of $345,000 to $750,000 in mortgages on his personal residence in Gering and his Washington, D.C., condo. Also, a commercial loan for the mini-storage business.
Outside positions: He's on four boards: Leadership Institute's Congressional Advisory Board, Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, ThankUSA's Congressional Advisory Board and American Council of Young Political Leaders.
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry, R-Neb.
Total value of assets: $154,000 to $410,000
Largest asset: $100,000 to $250,000 in Gloria Deo Inc. bookstores in Lincoln.
Liabilities: $250,000 to $500,000 mortgage on personal residence from Mutual of Omaha Bank, plus a line of credit of $15,000 to $50,000 for the bookstores.
Paid travel: Carnegie Corp. sent him on a three-day trip to Queenstown, Md.
Rep. Lee Terry, R-Neb.
Total value of assets: $57,000 to $330,000
Largest asset: Various investments, including $15,000 to $50,000 in Berkshire Hathaway stock.
Liabilities: Mortgage on personal residence between $250,000 and $500,000; credit card liabilities of $10,000 to $30,000.
Trips: The Consumer Electronics Show flew him to Las Vegas; the Gush Katif Museum in Jerusalem took him to New York; Mick and Associates flew him to Dallas; and Fox News paid his way to New York.
Income: His wife, Robyn, received $15,948 in salary from Bank of the West.
Rep. Tom Latham, R-Iowa
Total value of assets: $2.78 million to $8.62 million
Largest asset: $1 million to $5 million worth of Green Circle Investments Inc., a holding company for People's Trust and Savings Bank in Adel, Iowa.
Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa
Total value of assets: $141,000 to $516,000
Largest asset: $100,000 to $250,000 in King Construction, the family business.
Liabilities: Two mortgages, one on his personal residence in Iowa and one on his Washington, D.C., condo.
Trips: Club for Growth paid for a two-day trip to Palm Beach, Fla.