The League ended 2001-2002
in a strong financial position despite a decline in the investment
portfolio. The earned investment income was not enough to
offset the unrealized losses. Miscellaneous income has, however,
offset the loss in investment income.
The following charts highlight the major revenue and expense
categories for the past year. The League's primary source
of revenue is still the royalties from Epilepsia
at 41% followed by Congresses at 25%.
On the expense side, the cost for
the International Director of Meetings (IDM) is 25% of the
budget followed by General Administration, the Commissions
and Epilepsia , all at 13%.
The total expenditures for the League's major programs, the
Global Campaign, the Website and Epigraph , are 14%
The overall financial position of the League is sound. It
is not anticipated that there will be any major disruptions
to the financial stability.