CFOs aren't happy when bonuses are awarded subjectively

06/16/2013 | JournalofAccountancy.com

Median CFO compensation last year had risen 6% since 2010 and 18.75% since 2006, according to the 2013 CFO Incentives and Compensation Survey, released by AICPA and Arizona State University. CFOs who think bonuses are awarded subjectively, a practice that tends to occur more at smaller, private companies, are less likely to be happy with compensation, according to the survey.

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