Monday, June 22, 2015

Compensation 101

Register Guard
June 16th, 2015

A couple of weeks ago, Yale University filed a federal tax return showing that Richard C. Levin received an $8.5 million payout when he retired in 2013 after two decades as president. Last Monday, the Chronicle of Higher Education released its new rankings of presidential salaries at public universities.
From these two data sources one can learn that Levin made more money in 2013 (the lump sum plus other compensation of $1.15 million) than the 10 highest-paid public university presidents and chancellors combined made in fiscal 2014.

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