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This report lists the 200 highest-paid staffers below the top executive at associations. Data is gathered from the IRS Form 990, the disclosure document filed by tax-exempt organizations, for fiscal years 2012 or 2013

The latest tax filings reveal staggering compensation figures for leaders at some of the most influential associations, with one CEO earning $13.3 million in 2013. At the same time, the median base pay for the 20 highest-paid CEOs rose 2.6 percent, although the median combined base and bonus pay increase for 2013 (4.2 percent) is lower than the previous year (4.6 percent). See who currently leads the pack.

This report lists the salaries of 446 CEOs at professional groups whose main body has more than $5 million in revenue. The information is gathered from IRS Form 990, the disclosure document that must be filed by tax-exempt organizations, for fiscal years 2012 or 2013—the latest available.

BENCHMARKING COMPENSATION
Executive compensation in associations and nonprofits is influenced by five major organizational characteristics:  size, industry, membership type, activity and location. To benchmark compensation accurately requires identifying similar groups based on those critical, linked characteristics. 

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