Busy executives need help with their accounting, but this perk has ballooned to outrageous proportions at some companies. Tom Ward of SandRidge Energy reported getting $783,533 worth of "accounting support" from company employees last year. Embattled Chesapeake Energy Chief Aubrey McClendon, who's wrestled with margin calls and a reported billion-dollar personal commitment to company drilling projects, got $250,000 in "personal accounting support."
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