Salaries For Top Officials At Tax-Exempt Groups, Including Hospitals, Moving Up, Paper Reports
The Wall Street Journal's review of pay for top charity officials shows many moving above $1 million. But the paper says that executive compensation at nonprofit hospitals varies widely.
The Wall Street Journal:
Charity Officials Are Increasingly Receiving Million-Dollar Paydays
Charities are becoming a lot more generous with pay at the top. The tax-exempt organizations, which include many hospitals and colleges as well as traditional charities such as the United Way, provided seven-figure compensation to roughly 2,700 employees in 2014, an analysis of newly available data shows. (Fuller, 3/6)
At Least 93 Employees Made $1 Million Or More At Mass. Nonprofits
At least 93 employees at tax-exempt nonprofits in Massachusetts made more than $1 million in 2014, according to a review by the Wall Street Journal of newly released data from the Internal Revenue Service. Many of the employees were executives at hospitals and colleges. (Rocheleau and Wallack, 3/6)