Whether they reside in the White House for four years or eight years, the President of the United States receives a lifetime of benefits that remain in effect even after they leave office. Thanks to the Former Presidents Act passed in 1958, presidents are entitled to a variety of perks that will support them in more ways than one no matter what they decide to do after office. It’s a pretty worthwhile gig if I do say so myself. See how these 13 presidents used their lifetime of benefits with the unlikely jobs they held after leaving office.
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