Paid $150 For A Phone Call

A federal survey of pension planners cost the equivalent of more than $150 per brief phone call, according to accounts. The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions paid researchers $41,189 to call 272 executives asking if they were satisfied with the service: “Overall, how effective do you think the Office is?”

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