A Chronicle study of 313 organizations found that leaders of the wealthiest charities and foundations fared less well than they did in last year's survey, when their pay rose by nearly 4 percent. Read the full report.
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The Charitable Deduction
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More than one-third of groups expect to increase employee pay by 3 percent or more.
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Ideas & Advice
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