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US Congress Salaries and Benefits - US Government Info - About.com
How much do members of Congress really get paid and what are their benefits? Hint: Don't believe those emails.
Salaries and Benefits of U.S. Congress Members
Current salaries and benefits for members of the U.S. Congress.
Annual Salaries of Top US Government Officials - US Government Info
2014: $193,400 2000: $156,900. Note: Last salary increase for Members of Congress came in 2009. Also See: Salaries and Benefits of US Congress Members.
Presidential Retirement Benefits - US Government Info - About.com
Since then, presidential retirement benefits have included a lifetime annual pension, staff and office ... How Much Do Members of Congress Really Get Paid?
United States Military Pay and Benefits - US Military - About.com
The 2009 Defense Authorization Act is now law, and Congress has passed a whole lot of pay and benefit changes for the upcoming year. Here's a sneak-peek  ...
Congressional Pensions vs. Social Security - Urban Legends
Mar 17, 2010 ... Is it true that members of Congress don't pay into Social Security, receiving lavish pensions at taxpayer ... U.S. Congress Salaries and Benefits
U.S. Congressional Allowances - US Government Info - About.com
Along with salaries and benefits, members of the US Congress get certain allowances in support of their duties.
Congress Votes Itself a Pay Raise in 2004 - US Government Info
Since 1990, congressional pay has increased from $98,400 to $154,700 in 2003. Individual ... Salaries and Benefits of Congress · Presidential Pay and Benefits.
United States Presidential Pay and Compensation
The president's salary is set by Congress, and under Article II, Section 1 of the United ... Offers a detailed look at all benefits available to retiring presidents.
Retirement Benefits of US Supreme Court Justices
Congress established the retirement for Supreme Court justices at full salary in the Judiciary Act of 1869, the same law that settled the number of justices at 9.
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