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Politics Latest Messages: straightened out since when? Feb 2018 was late..

Check your math or check your sources - sm

Posted: Dec 4th, 2017 - 8:39 am In Reply to: Courtesy of the US taxpayer. This is an insult to the - people of PR.

Bloomberg = Both the government and businesses are required to pay such bonuses under a decades-old Puerto Rican law, providing a year-end boost that workers have come to rely upon.

“Our public employees have done an admirable job for the recovery of the island,” Rossello said in a statement. "Without them the job would be impossible, and we should make good on their Christmas bonus on time.”

The total bonus payments to employees and the retirees will be about $113 million and are already included in the government’s budget, according to an email from Rossello’s spokeswoman, Yennifer Alvarez. She said the average bonus for 105,000 employees will be about $600 each, and 141,000 retirees will be paid about $200 each.


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