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Loopholes lead to large salaries for charity CEOs

A Charlotte (N.C.) Observer investigation showed how loopholes and understaffed regulators allow charities to pay almost any salary to their executives. The newspaper also revealed how many nonprofit CEOs are reaping the rewards. One nonprofit set up to help people in debt paid its chief executive more than $5 million – nearly everything it had.

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