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The database below shows the gross pay for roughly 250,000 educators at public schools in New York state during the 2015-16 school year, as reported by the New York State Teachers Retirement System. Their membership includes all full-time...

The New York state comptroller's office is overseeing $14.5 billion dollars worth of unclaimed funds. Banks, insurance companies, and other institutions are required to turn over the contents of inactive or abandoned accounts. More than 35...

Rising government contributions to the state pension system are drawing increased attention to operations of the $129 billion fund. This database covers more than 335,000 retirees from agencies and local governments in New York state whose...

The database below shows the 2000 and 2010 populations for cities, villages, and Census Designated Places with populations of at least 20,000 according to the 2010 US Census.

More than 152,000 teachers, teaching assistants, guidance counselors and administrators drew a pension in 2015 from the New York State Teachers' Retirement System. They were employed in New York State public schools (excluding New York City),...

The number of state workers earning more than $100,000 jumped 8 percent between 2014 and 2015 and is up 49 percent since 2008. The database below lists every state employee who received gross pay totaling at least $100,000 during any of the...

Nearly one hundred thousand organizations in New York state have qualified for tax exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. This database contains information on each of those organizations based on the most recent IRS disclosures. ...

This database contains information about the real estate transactions that occurred in New York state since 1993. Records for counties outside of New York City are obtained from the New York State Office of Real Property Services and updated...

The number of state employees collecting both a salary and a state pension dropped pretty significantly, from 2,636 in 2015 to 1,830 in 2016. In 2013, the number was 2,800, according to data obtained from the state Comptroller’s Office. ...

New York state's indiustrial development agencies give tax breaks to private companies every year, part of an economic machine that promises to create thousands of new jobs in return. In 2015, the system of more than 100 local, quasi-public...

New York spends $420 million a year -- more than any state in the nation -- to provide tax breaks to films and TV shows in New York. The state began issuing quarterly reports detailing which productions had received these incentives in 2014....

School districts in New York are required to submit about their proposed spending and their proposed tax levy for the upcoming year. The data below shows the figures submitted by each district.

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A compilation of lawmakers in New York state who have faced legal or ethical charges since 2000.

NOTE: total spending includes conferences, travel costs, food, supplies, membership dues and other services but not the district clerk salary or annual vote. Travel expenses do not include conferences registration fees, just related expenses...

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