When New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg leaves office today, the billionaire will have spent hundreds of millions of dollars of his own money on a wide variety of perks and bonuses, political campaigns and advocacy work, charitable giving and social causes, travel and lodging, according to the New York Times.
Total of his own money spent in connection with his 12 years as mayor.
Amount that went to three campaigns for mayor.
Donations to New York arts, civic, health and cultural groups, personally and through his company, Bloomberg LP.
Cost of jetting around on his private plane.
For renovation of the official mayoral residence, which he never inhabited. (He preferred the privacy of his own nearby mansion.)
Salary to which he was entitled as mayor but turned down.
His annual salary as mayor.