Sport Krzyzewski's total compensation from Duke in 2016 was just over $7 million

20:55  16 may  2018
20:55  16 may  2018 Source:   usatoday.com

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Duke provided the new tax document on Monday in response to a request from USA TODAY Sports. Altogether, Krzyzewski was credited with ,982,325 in total compensation for the 2015 calendar For 2010, the amount was a little more than . 7 million ; for 2011, it was just more than .6 million.

Duke men' s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski was credited with nearly $ 7 .3 million in total compensation during the 2013 calendar year, according to the university' s new federal tax return. However, the return also stated that just more than

Head coach Mike Krzyzewski of the Duke Blue Devils waves to fans following their 99-69 win against the Utah Valley Wolverines at Cameron Indoor Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Durham, North Carolina. The win gives Mike Krzyzewski his 1,000th victory as Duke's head coach and his 1,073rd overall (73 at Army).© Lance King/Getty Images Head coach Mike Krzyzewski of the Duke Blue Devils waves to fans following their 99-69 win against the Utah Valley Wolverines at Cameron Indoor Stadium on November 11, 2017 in Durham, North Carolina. The win gives Mike Krzyzewski his 1,000th victory as Duke's head coach and his 1,073rd overall (73 at Army). Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski was credited with just over $7 million in total compensation for the 2016 calendar year, according to the university’s new federal tax return.

The amount includes more than $1.2 million that had been reported as deferred pay on prior years’ returns, meaning his net compensation for the year was about $5.8 million.

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Duke men' s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski earned nearly . 7 million in compensation during That' s the greatest single-year compensation total for a college coach since USA TODAY Sports Krzyzewski earned more than .2 million in the 2010 calendar year, and just less than . 7 million

Krzyzewski was credited with just more than .55 million in total compensation on the return, but the document stated that 2,500 had been reported as deferred compensation on prior years’ returns. As a private university, Duke is not required to make public its employment contracts.

As a private school, Duke is not required to make its employment contracts public. The tax document – which Duke provided Tuesday in response to a request from USA TODAY Sports – provides no details about the period over which Krzyzewski accrued the previously reported deferred compensation and in what amounts.

The return did say that in 2016 Krzyzewski was among a group of university employees who participated in, and received payments under, a deferred compensation plan. The 2016 amount for Krzyzewski was reported as $1,610,000.

Krzyzewski’s net take for 2016 likely would have made him second to Kentucky’s John Calipari in terms of college basketball coaches’ pay from their schools for the 2015-16 season, according to figures compiled by USA TODAY Sports. Calipari made $6.58 million from Kentucky that season; he reported just under $300,000 in additional athletically related outside income.

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Duke ’s return stated that ,310,681 of Krzyzewski ’ s total had been reported as deferred compensation on prior years’ returns. The new deal, which became effective in October, will increase Beilein’s pay to .37 million for the 2016 -17 season.

Two Things: 1. Sean Miller makes over 3- million a year. Under shirts aren't that expensive. Duke ’s return stated that ,310,681 of Krzyzewski ’ s total had been reported as deferred compensation on prior years’ returns.

A few private schools – including Baylor, Notre Dame and Syracuse – provide some information in their tax filings about coaches’ pay that might be regarded as outside income. Duke provides no such information for its coaches.

Duke new return reports Krzyzewski’s pay as:

►$2,673,733 in base pay, an amount virtually unchanged from the amount reported for him for 2015.

►$1,375,000 in bonus and incentive compensation, which represents a $600,000 decrease in what Krzyzewski received in 2015. In 2015, Krzyzewski got his 1,000th career victory and his fifth national championship.

►$1,299,814 in retirement and other deferred compensation.

►$1,675,116 in other reportable compensation that likely included the $1,246,799 in previously reported deferred compensation.

►$24,543 in non-taxable benefits.

Without stating the category of income, the return said Kryzewski’s compensation total included “some benefit that was grossed up to compensate for withholding of taxes,” and the value of charter travel services that were not for business purposes.

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