15 March 2012

Just something to think about, Toronto...

...while you're writing that whopper municipal tax cheque...
waste, waste and more waste

"The former chief financial officer of Toronto’s embattled public housing agency could be forced to pay back nearly $60,000 for the free “executive model” vehicle he drove while allegedly pocketing a car allowance of up to $600 per month."
Apparently, the housing isn't the only thing that's "affordable."


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I remember the scam by the School Board to reward some workers with a really cheap Toyota Camra or Honda Accord.
The Board worker got a Car Lease at such a high monthly payment in the 3 years that when the buy-back kicked in for the End-value option where the user can buy the car.
The inflated Lease payment chosen by the School Board members allowed for the end price to be about $2000.00 for the Board member to buy right at the end of their Term of Employment as a reward instead of cash to hide the Workers actual income in the Lease to get a Camra for $2000.00 or the Accord.

During the Good-Times we all know that many scams went on as if there if FREE-Money some where and the Bill will never come Due, and McGuinty/Miller muts have many of these backroom deals soon to get exposed and call in the OPP or RCMP for federal Tax fraud and Local tax fraud schemes gone unchecked prior to the Debt-Wall McLiar must admit to.

Frances said...

Neo - working for a "not-for-profit" doesn't mean a person has taken a vow of poverty. In fact, that's often a very well-remunerated job option, particularly at the executive level. It will be the peons whose salary levels are low - and those are the salaries you read about when there are articles decrying inadequate funding.

Anonymous said...

Lifting the skirt of the gravy train.