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When reporting compensation to a lobbyist or payment to an employee, as required by AS 24.45.171 (10)(A), (B), (D) and (E), the amount shown must include the gross wages paid or payable, and prorated as applicable, plus any benefits which are in place of wages, such as stock options or the purchase of annuities. Routine fringe benefits such as the employer's contribution to health plans, retirement plans, etc., which are made on behalf of all employees and the payment of employer's payroll taxes, are not payments to influence legislative or administrative action and are not reportable.
History: Eff. 12/29/77, Register 64
Authority: AS 24.45.021 (b)
AS 24.45.061 (b)
AS 24.45.171 (10)
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