- The president earns a yearly salary of $400,000 as of 2009, with an additional $50,000 in non-taxable expenses. The president also has access to Air Force One, the presidential limousine, the White House, and free medical care. Upon retirement, the president also receives a pension.
- According to a 2007 Pearson Database document, the vice president makes $208,102, with $10,000 in a taxable expense allowance. The vice president also receives free transportation, medical care, and a residency at the U.S. Naval Observatory.
- In order to fulfill the president's duties, there are 15 cabinet members of the federal executive departments, various organizations, and independent agencies. According to a report to Congress of 2005, those salaries range from $125,000 to $200,000.
- Throughout the executive branch, one of the most important benefits is the Secret Service. Members of the Secret Service are responsible for the safety and protection of the executive branch as a whole, including the first family.
- Like all federal employees, members of the executive branch are subject to a number of retirement benefits. This includes a pension subject to work served and present Congressional authority as well as health insurance.