Latest tax filing sheds light on employee compensation.
ICANN has published its tax return (pdf) for FY 2017, which ended in June of 2017.
From a public gawking perspective, the tax return includes salaries and total compensation of many of the non-profit’s top employees.
This year’s return lists 20 employees with total comp of $367,000 or more. This includes retirement contributions (ICANN chips in 5% of salary to the 401(k) and matches up to 10%) and nontaxable benefits.
159 people received at least $100,000 of reportable income. That’s about the same as the prior year.