The Congressional Budget Office’s Report on the Troubled Asset Relief Program—March 2012 provides updated analysis of the program started in October 2008. The report concludes that as of February 2012, $431 billion of the possible $700 billion has been disbursed. More than half of that has already been repaid and AIG’s $50 billion represents nearly 40% of payments still outstanding.
This most recent report estimates net cost to the government at $32 billion, a drop from the $34 billion estimated in December 2011’s report. The $2 billion drop is mostly due to the appreciation of the government’s investments in AIG and General Motors.
Here is a great chart summarizing the costs and disbursements related to TARP: