Annual financial disclosures filed with the U.S. House of Representatives for calendar year 2010 were made available online Wednesday.

The reports are “a once-a-year glimpse into the wallets and investment interests of lawmakers on Capitol Hill,” according to a report this week from The Daily Beast.

According to their reports, U.S. Reps. Colleen Hanabusa and Mazie Hirono don’t have anywhere the kind of money that, say, Nancy Pelosi has. The Daily Beast reports that Pelosi’s assets are in the tens of millions of dollars.

But Hanabusa and Hirono aren’t exactly just scraping by, either.

(Note: The U.S. Senate does not post the disclosures of senators online.)

Hanabusa’s Disclosure

Hanabusa’s six-page disclosure, which was filed with the House Clerk May 12, lists a Hawaii legislative salary of $47,092 and a gross income of $103,243 from her law firm, Colleen Hanabusa, LLC.

Her total assets (which do not includes homes) range between $1.3 million and $2.8 million. The interest income from those assets — including Central Pacific Bank and First Hawaiian Bank checking and savings accounts and IRAs — does not exceed $10,600.

Hanabusa’s assets also includes a business called Pueo Trucking.

Hanabusa filed a June 1 amendment to her disclosure that make clarifications regarding her personal line of credit and real property holdings.

The congresswoman’s liability is a personal line of credit between $100,001 and $250,000 with CPB.

Hirono’s Disclosure

Hirono’s 13-page disclosure, filed May 16, lists $44,707 in pension from the state’s Employees’ Retirement System.

(Note: The disclosure form does not list Hirono’s annual congressional salary — U.S. representatives each earn $174,000 — because it is not required).

Hirono’s total assets (not including homes) range between $1.2 million and $3.4 million. The assets are mutual funds, bonds, savings and IRAs.

The income from Hirono’s fund dividends do not exceed $18,900, while capital gains income does not exceed $6,000.

The congresswoman’s liability is a mortgage on an Elm Street condo in Honolulu between $50,001 and $100,000 from Territorial Savings. Hirono reports last year’s rental income on the property between $5,001 and $15,000.

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