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  • USATF's 2019 Tax Return

    USATF used to post their tax returns to the website after filing them in the fall. This is required by the USOPC and USATF states on their tax returns that they do so.

    A few years ago, this started getting delayed until after the Annual Meeting in December. Last year, the tax return was not posted until April, and not until a stink was raised with the USOPC.

    This year, it still is not posted. They keep blaming the change in audit firm. But the taxes were filed last November. And now the IRS has posted it.

    So if anyone is interested, I posted it on Facebook, or you can look it up on the IRS website yourself.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1628...1137034640793/

    It just seems to me like it's a bad idea to make false statements on your tax return about posting it to your website when you aren't.

  • #2
    For those who are interested, but don't want to submit to Facebook, here's a direct link to the subject return on the IRS website:

    https://apps.irs.gov/pub/epostcard/c...0217867009.pdf

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    • #3
      Duffy Mahoney = 238.19% increase in compensation over 6 years, with 227.15% of it in the last 3 years.
      Year: Base + Bonus + Other + Retirement + Non-taxable = Total
      2014: 128,153 + 5000 + 0 + 12957 + 6000 = 152,110
      2015: 141,856 + 5000 + 0 + 8959 + 12025 = 167,840 [+15730]
      2016: 138,054 + 5000 + 0 + 7725 + 8721 = 159,500 [-8430]
      2017: 190,496 + 5000 + 0 + 17725 + 14531 = 227,275 [+67775]
      2018: 184,168 + 5000 + 30902 + 20043 + 10173 = 250,286 [+23011]
      2019: 303,215 + 5000 + 14215 + 22182 + 17706 = 362,318 [+112032]
      Last edited by MJR; 06-15-2021, 09:23 PM.

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      • #4
        Some of the 2019 increase may have been a lump-sum as part of a retirement package. And they may have increased the last few years salary to increase his pension benefits which are sometimes based on the final few years of salary.

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        • #5
          That is the column titled Retirement. Remove it and the numbers are still obscene. Would still be increases of 50050, 2968 (no probs there) & 89850 over the last 3 years. We're talking about the BASE salary increase for the most part. This is fiscally irresponsible on every level.

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          • #6
            I have noticed that every year there is a delay when the USATF post their tax returns. Thank you for centralizing all the information and sharing it with us. By the way, does anyone know why Duffy Mahoney is registering an increase in compensation by about 238.19% over six years? The numbers are growing amazingly. I would also like to calculate my compensation over ten years of work, including taxes and taxes paid. A specialist from ThePayStubs says that it will increase over time, but I also want to know your opinion.
            Last edited by Chrisorg; 10-01-2021, 12:34 PM.

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