Lawmakers also raised questions regarding recent news reports that Potter
is paid as much as $800,000 a year. That is not correct, Potter said. He said
his salary, set by Congress, is $263,575. He said the news reports were counting
his retirement fund, the cost of his security detail and a $135,000 bonus that
would be paid over 10 years after he retires.
h/t The Instapundit--As if you all didn't see it there first! =)