Matthew A. Mantle: Lawyer with Jones Walker LLP

Matthew A. Mantle

New Orleans,  LA  U.S.A.

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  • Taxation
  • State Taxation
  • International Taxation
  • Local Taxation
  • Federal Taxation
Contact InfoTelephone: 504-582-8418
Fax: 504-589-8418
University Vanderbilt University, B.A., 1999; University of Alabama, Manderson Graduate School of Business, M.B.A., 2008
Law SchoolUniversity of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2002; Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., Taxation, 2009
Admitted2002, Alabama; 2003, Georgia; 2009, Louisiana and U.S. Supreme Court

Council On State Taxation (COST) Graduate Fellow in State and Local Taxation, 2008-2009.

Bar Fellowship: in State and Local Taxation, 2008-2009. Member: Alabama State Bar; State Bar of Georgia; Louisiana State Bar Association; American Bar Association (Member, Section on Taxation).


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Don’t Let the Louisiana Tax Amnesty Program Scare the Boo Out of You!
Andre B. Burvant,John F. Fletcher,Ravinder P. Khinda,Matthew A. Mantle,Justin B. Stone, November 10, 2015
Trick or Treat! Louisiana’s 2015 Tax Amnesty program begins at 12:00 AM on November 16, 2015, and closes on December 15, 2015. The 2015 iteration of the amnesty program offers a33% waiver of penaltiesand17% waiver of interest for taxpayers that apply and pay 100% of delinquent taxes.

Louisiana Department of Revenue Is Incorrectly Interpreting and Applying the 28% NOL Reduction in HB 624 (Act 123)
Matthew A. Mantle, November 10, 2015
As we reported in prior e*bulletins, the Louisiana Legislature passed several revenue raising bills this year in an attempt to address an apparent $1.6 billion budget hole for the 2016 fiscal year. One of those new bills, HB 624 (now Act 123), provides a 28% reduction to certain corporate income...

Business Taxpayers Get Cooked: Louisiana Legislature Temporarily Patches $1.6 Billion Budget Hole with Tax Changes
Matthew A. Mantle,Kimberly Lewis Robinson,Justin B. Stone, July 1, 2015
There’s a children’s book, “The Goose That Almost Got Cooked,” which tells the story of a Canadian goose who takes a break from her flight south for the winter to rest at a lovely farm where the other geese are fed three meals a day. The Canadian goose thinks this is the...

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Matthew A. Mantle

201 St. Charles Ave.
New OrleansLA 70170-5100


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