Thou Dost Protest Too Much

By: Courtney Kay-Decker

In her latest installment of Dispatches from Davenport from Tax Notes State, Courtney responds to criticisms of the IRS Free File Program, arguing that the allegations of corporate bias are unfair and misleading.

“I’ve spent a fair amount of time around the Free File Program during my professional life”, Courtney writes, “And I have become a cheerleader for public-private collaborations that allow governments to better prioritize the use of their limited resources. The Free File Program’s public-private collaboration does just that.

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Thou Dost Protest Too Much.

Courtney Kay-Decker joined Lane & Waterman LLP in 1998 and rejoined the firm in 2019 after an eight-year hiatus leading the Iowa Department of Revenue.  Her experience in the public and private sectors informs her collaborative approach to the practice of law.  Her areas of practice include tax and administrative matters.  Her unique experiences in identity theft tax fraud prevention allow her to share “cyber hygiene” advice as well.



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