It's a story in today's Observer, but it's an irritating one.
The figures come from her husband, who said she got a total dividend of £1.25m in the year from April 2011, plus £250,000 from January this year. Okay, she didn't step down as Chair of A4e until March, so this is hardly a surprise. Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee, is outraged, justifiably. But the paper seems to forget that a big slice of A4's income doesn't come from welfare-to-work. There are plenty of other lucrative contracts.
And there's a worrying inaccuracy in the story. "She became a high-profile figure through reality TV programmes such as The Fairy Jobmother." Er ... no. She wasn't in that. It was Hayley Taylor, who got her big break as an A4e employee in Benefit Busters.
I've no objection, of course, to the Observer / Guardian keeping this in the public eye. But let's get it right.