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Should financial managers in non-profit organizations be compensated equally to their counterparts in profit‑seeking firms? Why or why not?

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  1. It seems to me the question is flawed. What is the purpose of compensation? To recruit and keep quality talent?

    If quality financial managers can be recruited and kept working for free, why would one pay them?

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