When a salaried executive branch lobbyist reports his/her income from lobbying, does do they report the entire salary received from his/her employer; or can the lobbyist pro-rate a portion of the salary that is "dedicated" to executive bran

Published 08/06/2007 03:18 PM   |    Updated 02/26/2009 10:00 AM

When a salaried executive branch lobbyist reports his/her income from lobbying, does do they report the entire salary received from his/her employer; or can the lobbyist pro-rate a portion of the salary that is "dedicated" to executive branch.

Lobbyists receiving salaries from an employer should pro-rate the portion of their salary according to the amount of time spent on executive branch lobbying for a particular engagement.   The reporting of a lobbyist’s entire salary under these circumstances is not required.

 

For more information, see the Executive Branch Lobbyist Registration Rule, visit the Executive Branch Lobbyist website at http://www.in.gov/idoa/2471.htm,  or call (317) 234-4431.

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