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The Kentucky Supreme Court, in Department of Revenue v. Mark F. Sommer, upheld all lower court decisions requiring the Department of Revenue (DOR) to make its redacted final rulings publicly available. The Court ruled that the state DOR took an “unreasonable and overly broad view” of public records statutes and later denied the department’s request for appeal. Read More ›
Are You Withholding Too Much on Nonqualified Deferred Compensation?
If you have a nonqualified deferred compensation plan for select employees, you are probably aware that benefit payments under a properly structured plan are generally not taxable for income tax purposes until the payments are received by the employee. Read More ›
On March 26, 2009, the IRS announced an Offshore Income Reporting Initiative to encourage taxpayers with undeclared offshore accounts and assets to come forward and participate in the IRS voluntary disclosure program. Read More ›
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Daniel G. Mudd is a member of FBT, handling federal, state and local tax matters, including sales and use, excise (e.g., alcohol and tobacco), income, local occupational license and business taxes.