Charities Shortchange Veterans
The Post's Philip Rucker reported on that study, but went farther by examining tax filings from the groups, discovering, for example, that one paid its founder and his wife a combined $540,000 in compensation and benefits last year. He also learned that the 12 charities that had been rated as failing in the report had collected at least $266 million in the past fiscal year.
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