2014 Utah Code
Title 67 - State Officers and Employees
Chapter 22 - State Officer Compensation
Section 1 - Compensation -- Constitutional offices.

UT Code § 67-22-1 (2014) What's This?
67-22-1. Compensation -- Constitutional offices.
(1) The Legislature fixes salaries for the constitutional offices as follows:
(a) governor: $109,900;
(b) lieutenant governor: 95% of the governor's salary;
(c) attorney general: 95% of the governor's salary;
(d) state auditor: 95% of the governor's salary beginning
June 28, 2008; and
(e) state treasurer: 95% of the governor's salary.
(2) The Legislature fixes benefits for the constitutional offices as follows:
(a) Governor:
(i) a vehicle for official and personal use;
(ii) housing;
(iii) household and security staff;
(iv) household expenses;
(v) retirement benefits as provided in Title 49, Utah State Retirement and Insurance Benefit Act;
(vi) health insurance;
(vii) dental insurance;
(viii) basic life insurance;
(ix) workers' compensation;
(x) required employer contribution to Social Security;
(xi) long-term disability income insurance; and
(xii) the same additional state paid life insurance available to other noncareer service employees.
(b) Lieutenant governor, attorney general, state auditor, and state treasurer:
(i) a vehicle for official and personal use;
(ii) the option of participating in a:
(A) state retirement system in accordance with Title 49, Utah State Retirement and Insurance Benefit Act:
(I)Chapter 12, Public Employees' Contributory Retirement Act;
(II)Chapter 13, Public Employees' Noncontributory Retirement Act; or
(III)Chapter 22, New Public Employees' Tier II Contributory Retirement Act; or
(B) deferred compensation plan administered by the State Retirement Office, in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code and its accompanying rules and regulations;
(iii) health insurance;
(iv) dental insurance;
(v) basic life insurance;
(vi) workers' compensation;
(vii) required employer contribution to Social Security;
(viii) long-term disability income insurance; and
(ix) the same additional state paid life insurance available to other noncareer service employees.
(c) Each constitutional office shall pay the cost of the additional state-paid life insurance for its constitutional officer from its existing budget.


Amended by Chapter 266, 2010 General Session

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