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Ann Bares

I applaud your suggestion that executive compensation disclosure in 990s be structured similar to what is done with public company proxies. Otherwise, potential donors and the public at large do not have the information needed to gauge whether a charity is exercising sound financial stewardship in this area.

Lisa

As an executive of a small nonprofit I think it is a very good measure to hold everyone accountable and keep the information honest and forthcoming. Too many get too big too fast and forget the very nature of their nonprofit. People are usually shocked to see how little I really make!

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