The government, that's you and me, allows organizations that do charitable works to be non-profit. that is, they get all the benefits of this great country but pay none of the costs. Okay, good deal for both the country and its citizens because good charities do good works and spend money that might otherwise have to come from government.
|Barry Shrage, smiling all the way to the bank on contrib utions to charity|
But of course some people have to take advantage. It turns out that many, not all but many of the people who head up a charity get outrageous compensation. Case in point, good ole Barry Shrage of the Jewish Philantrophy of Boston.