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January 3, 2022

The Highest-Paid Federal Employee: Inside Fauci’s Staggering Financial Compensation

When Dr. Anthony Fauci retires from his job as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, he will make at least $350,000 per year.

Fauci, 81, was eligible for retirement in 2005, but he stayed at his post, which now pays him $434,312 annually — the highest of any federal employee, including the president. The doctor out-earned the president for the second year in a row.

His staggering pension will be the largest in U.S. history. Open the Books calculated his retirement earnings at 80% of his highest three-year average plus cost of living increases.

Fauci recently told ABC’s Jonathan Karl he has no plans to retire.

“There’s no way I’m going to walk away from this until we get this under control. I mean, that’s the purpose of what we do. That’s our mission in life. In the middle of it, I’m not going to walk away,” Fauci said. “It’s kind of like we’re halfway through World War II and you decide, ‘Well, I think I’ve had enough of this. I’m walking away.'”

Fauci’s inevitable retirement earnings are a sharp contrast to the 1 in 4 Americans who have no retirement savings. According to Yahoo News, the median retirement balance for people ages 55 to 64 is $120,000, which would only yield $1,000 a month in their retirement years.



Source:

Forbes: Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Retirement Pay Will Exceed $350,000 Per Year – The Largest In U.S. Federal Government History

3 comments on The Highest-Paid Federal Employee: Inside Fauci’s Staggering Financial Compensation

  1. 2004done says:

    Quite an accomplishment, an MD without patients; a virologist that assisted in spreading HIV, SARS, CCPVID-19; and highest-paid government employee without any ‘boss,’ and magnetically attracted to cameras (especially when he has nothing that helps anyone, including himself, to understand, accurately explain, and/or effectively combat a virus. Why would this prime example of the PETER-PRINCIPLE retire?

  2. gunnygil says:

    And he only pays Social Security tax on the first $139,000 of that income. Social Security tax base has to be raised to $500,000 minimum especially to include all income of federally paid by tax dollar employees

  3. Robert Neveux says:

    All I can say is, WHY???

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