History of United States Vice-President Salaries

1789 = The first Vice-President's salary was set at $5,000.00 / John Adams was Vice President
http://people.howstuffworks.com/vice-president.htm/printable
Introduction to American Law - Timothy Walker

1853 = $8,000.00

March 3, 1873 = $10,000.00

1874 = $8,000.00 / Henry Wilson was the Vice-President.
Introduction to American Law - Timothy Walker

March 4, 1907 The Vice President’s salary was raised to $12,000.00. Charles Fairbanks was the Vice-President.
United States Compiled Statutes, John Mallory

In 1925 the salary was raised to $15,000.00. Charles Dawes was the Vice-President.
Nelson’s encyclopedia: everybody’s book of reference, Frank Moore Colby
Iowa Official Register 1931-1932

January 3, 1947 The salary was raised to $20,000.00 / There was no Vice-President during this time
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance 1948

January 19, 1949 The salary was raised from $20,000.00 to $30,000.00. / Alben Barkley was the Vice-President.
This Day in American History – Ernie Gross

March 2, 1955 The salary was raised to $35,000.00 by President Eisenhower. / Richard Nixon was the Vice-President,
This Day in American History – Ernie Gross

On August 14, 1964 the salary was raised to $43,000.00 per the Federal Employees Salary Act of 1964.

September 14, 1969 The salary was raised to $62,500.00. Spiro Agnew was the Vice-President.

In 1989 Dan Quayle was the Vice President and was making $115,000.00 per year.

1994 = $171,000.00 Al Gore was the Vice President.
http://loriferber.com/research/presidential-facts-statistics/presidential-salaries.html

1999 = Al Gore was making $175,400.00 as Vice President.

2000 = $181,400.00 Al Gore was the Vice President
http://www.thecapitol.net/FAQ/payandperqs.htm

2001 = 186,300.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.
http://www.thecapitol.net/FAQ/payandperqs.htm

2002 = $192,600.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.

2003 = $198,600.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.
 
2004 = $203,000.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.

2005 = $208,100.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.


2006 = $212,100.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.

2007 = $215,700.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.

2008 = $221,100.00 Dick Cheney was the Vice-President.

2009 = $227,300.00 Joe Biden was the Vice-President

2010 = $230,700.00 Joe Biden was the Vice-President
http://www.thecapitol.net/FAQ/payandperqs.htm


Presidential Pay History (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_the_United_States)

September 24, 1789 started at $25,000.00 - George Washington was then President
March 3, 1873 to $50,000.00 – Ulysses S. Grant was president
March 4, 1907 to $75,000.00 – Theodore Roosevelt was President
January 19, 1949 to $100,000.00 – Harry Truman was President
January 20, 1963 to $200,000.00 – John Kennedy was President
January 20, 2001 to $400,000.00 – George Bush was President

Here is a good reference regarding former Presidents' benefits: http://www.senate.gov/reference/resources/pdf/98-249.pdf

Senate Salaries Since 1789 Listed Here: http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/common/briefing/senate_salaries.htm

 
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