Annual Accounts 2010

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The Anne Frank House is almost entirely dependent on museum visits for its revenues: more than ninety-five percent of the annual budget is covered by proceeds generated by the museum. For the financing of the various large projects described in this overview of activities, our organisation relies on contributions from a variety of (granting) foundations, collaborating partners, friends and donors, and subsidies from funding institutions such as the European Union and the Dutch government.

Balance on 31 December 2010 (After profit appropriation)


 Assets (in euros)  31 December 2010  31 December 2009
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 Non-Current Assets    
 Tangible fixed assets                      1.340.586                       1.273.263
     
 Current Assets    
 Inventory     524.836     504.885
 Receivables  1.259.202  1.262.125
 Liquid assets  1.447.821  2.007.558
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                       3.231.859                       3.774.568
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 Total Assets                      4.572.445                       5.047.831


 

 Liabilities (in euros)  31 December 2010  31 December 2009
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 Equity Capital                 2.193.631                   2.193.631
     
 Short Term Debts    
 Creditors  844.526     618.115
 Taxes and social contributions  255.033       92.204
 Current liabilities  247.263     183.769
 Accrued  liabilities  457.219     269.991
 Subsidy funds still available  574.773  1.690.121
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                 2.378.814                   2.854.200
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 Total Liabilities                4.572.445                   5.047.831

Bezoekers in de museumwinkel van het Anne Frank Huis.
Visitors in the museum store of the Anne Frank House.
A museumvisitor in the bookshop.

Profit and Loss Statement 2010


 (in euros)  2010 2009
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 Gross Profits    
 Museum entry fees  7.338.945  6.862.116
 Bookshop  1.018.444     953.771
 Museum cafe     227.497     208.859
 Subsidies     248.954     251.430
 Net loss projects -1.052.487    -628.256
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                    7.781.353                   7.647.920
 Costs    
 Personnel  4.996.499  4.526.139
 Depreciation     408.529     388.666
 Additional operating costs  2.216.975  1.982.980
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                    7.622.003                   6.897.785
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                       159.350                      750.135
     

Financial income and expenses

                       21.110                        16.240
     

‘Preservation & Presentation Anne Frank House’

                   -180.460

 

                   -378.474

 

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 Profit Before Taxes                                0                      387.901
Corporation taxes                                0                                0
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 Profit After Taxes                                0                      387.901


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