- Bank of America is the latest to join the tax-plan bonus party, paying $US1,000 bonuses to roughly 145,000 employees.
- That works out to a $US145 million payout by the Charlotte-based bank, which makes about $US93 billion in annual revenue.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the latest company to offer employees a cash reward following the passage of the $US1.5 trillion GOP tax plan.
The bank will give $US1,000 bonuses to its roughly 145,000 employees who make less than $US150,000 a year, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
That works out to a $US145 million payout by the Charlotte-based bank, which takes in about $US93 billion in annual revenue.
A handful of companies have announced employee bonuses following the tax plan’s passage this week, headlined by $US200 million in bonuses AT&T announced Wednesday for 200,000 of its employees.
Other companies who’ve joined the tax-plan after party: Boeing, Fifth Third Bank, Wells Fargo, Comcast NBC Universal, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and Texas Capital Bank.
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