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The UFW's LM-2 reported 9,100 collective bargaining members at the end of 2013, up from 3,300 at the end of 2012. UFW assets rose from $3 million at the end of 2012 to $3.7 million at the end of 2013. UFW liabilities rose as well, leaving net assets of $2.6 million.
The UFW reported $3.7 million in dues and fees and another $1.1 million in per capita taxes which, combined with other receipts, generated $7.1 million during 2013. Representational activities cost $3.5 million and general overhead of $2.1 million were the largest items in $7.4 million in spending. The UFW paid mediator Matt Goldberg $30,000 for mediations in February, March and November 2013.
The seven UFW officers were paid $430,000 in salaries, an average $61,400, and the other 75+ UFW employees $2.8 million, an average $37,300.