The Vatican has issued its income and expenses for the 2010 fiscal year. In short, the Vatican took in €245,195,561.00 ($356,281,000.00) as income and spent €235,347,437.00 ($341,972,000.00)- a surplus of €9,848,124.00/$14,309,800.00
I always get a good laugh when people talk about the 'waste' at the Vatican. Many people make it out to seem that the Pope swims in money like Scrooge McDuck. In honesty, the Vatican operates with very little money, especially considering all that the Vatican does (restoration of priceless art, feeding the hungry, wages for lay employees, education, aid to the poor, etc.) The Vatican operates, arguably, the largest organization in the world, and yet it has a relatively low budget. You might want to check my math, but let's compare:
The University of Georgia has a budget of $1 billion (difference of $658,028,000).
The State of Florida in 2010-11 had a state budget of $70.5 billion (difference of $70,264,652,563).
The City of Atlanta in FY2011 has a total budget of $559,523,746 (difference of $217,551,746).
The Southern Baptist Association has a budget of about $600,000,000 (difference of $243,719,000)
Swimming in money? No, I think not.