Here are the 1987 incomes of Utah's congressmen, according to disclosure forms that require them to declare only the range of their income.
Sen. Orrin HatchTotal income was between $143,881 and $172,474. Besides his $87,483 congressional salary that year, he received $31,037 in honorariums. (He actually earned a total of $79,926 in honorariums, but gave $48,889 to charity.) He also earned $8,575 profit from trading stocks; between $10,407 and $39,000 in interest on a variety of other investments; and $6,379 in royalties from Living Scriptures. An agreement from the sale of a business gave Hatch a royalty of 5 cents for every Living Scriptures cassette sold of "Your Family Hour" and "The Golden Plates."
Sen. Jake Garn
Total income was listed at between $127,586 and $139,383. Besides congressional salary, he earned $34,900 in honorariums. (He earned a total of $54,925 in honorariums, but $20,025 went to charity). He also earned between $5,001 and $15,000 in book royalties and between $202 and $2,000 on interest from investments.
Rep. Wayne Owens
Total income was listed between $116,863 and $127,362. That included $16,000 in honorariums; $8,379 in legal fees for services rendered in 1986; between $5,001 and $15,000 in rental from two homes; and between $100 and $1,000 in interest on investments.
Rep. Jim Hansen
Total income was listed between $110,484 and $121,483. He earned $18,000 in honorariums, between $5,001 and $15,000 from rent of an office building and between $100 and $1,000 in interest on investments.
Rep. Howard Nielson
Total income was listed at $92,984 and $102,483. He earned $4,500 in honorariums; between $200 and $3,500 in rent on two homes; and between $2,002 and $6,000 on other investments.