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 the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 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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