Widows of former presidents are eligible for a pension of $20,000 per year plus free postage. There are some restrictions.
There are corporate executives who get paid much more than the President of the US is paid, however, people do not seek the office of President because of the salary (even if they were concerned primarily with money, very lucrative book deals will follow, after they leave office, and well paid speaking engagements - former Presidents do very well). However, it's not really about the money. People seek to become President because they believe that they can use the power of that office to make America and the world better. Therefore yes, the President is paid enough.
President Grover Cleveland
Many Presidents favored a strong fiscal policy. Andrew Jackson was the only one who paid back the national debt. Bill Clinton was the last one to serve for a year in which the debt did not increase.
The U.S. presidential salary was $200,000 per year plus a $50,000 expense account from 1969 until 2001. If you adjust all of the Presidents' salaries for inflation to what they are worth today, Bill Clinton was the lowest-paid U.S. President. His average annual salary was the equivalent of 276,000 2010 dollars.
I do not think so. Presidents have always been paid by the US treasury. The pension plan for ex-presidents started in 1958 , years before Nixon was president.
President Obama was paid 400,000 a year plus expenses in 2011. In 2001, President Bush became the first president to make $400,000. Prior to that time, presidents were paid $200,000 a year. (And earlier in the century, they were paid $75,000 a year; this was eventually raised to $100,000.)
No, once the person who was awarded the disabilty dies, the payments to that person end. The sopuse would then have to file seperately to see if they qualify by themselves.
I am not sure what you want to know. Presidents are paid a good salary. I think all of them had more money when they left the White House than when they went in. Presidents do not have to do anything special with their money.
A revocable trust can be made a beneficiary, subject to restrictions and limitations, or the benefits will not be paid to anybody.
Presidents were paid starting with first president in 1788. The first president, George Washington, who was independently wealthy, did not want to accept a salary at first, but it was pointed out that later presidents might need the money and that it would be a bad idea to restrict the presidency to those people who could afford to serve without any income.
The monthly salary before taxes in $33,333,33 ( $ 400,000 per year). Take-home depends on the number of dependents.
Generally, the mortgage must be paid or the lender will take possession of the property by foreclosure. You should consult with the attorney who is handling the estate.
Only if you cover that issue when you buy your insurance. It usually costs extra (doesn't everything!) but it insures that the mortgage balance is taken care of
The President is not paid for appearing on the news or a news show. If he appeared on some other kind of show, he probably would be paid union scale , but would probabaly donate his salary to charity.
If the mortgage is in your name it would not be affected by the death of your spouse. Mortgage life insurance is coverage that is taken out so that your house would be paid for in the event of your death.
In the United States the president earns $400,000 a year. In Lithuania the president earns 26,125 litu a year. The president of the Philippines is paid about $60,000 peso's a year. The president of Singapore earns $3,140,000 a year.