CEO Brad Smith had $16.4 million in compensation; a decline of 12.8 percent from $18.8 million for fiscal 2016. A major part of that change was a stock award of slightly less than $10 million for the most recently ended year, down 13.7 percent from $11.6 million a year ago.
Smith had largest percentage decline followed by CFO Neil Williams, who is retiring in January after holding his job since January 2008. Williams earned $6.9 million last year, down 13.2 percent from $7.9 million the prior year.
Sasan Goodarzi, EVP of the company's small business group, received $9.4 million in fiscal 2017, down 8.2 percent from $10.2 million. Dan Wernikoff, EVP of the TurboTax business, had $9.6 million in compensation last year, off 5 percent from $10.1 million.
Chief technology officer Tayloe Stansbury was given $6.9 million last year, a 6.5-percent drop from $7.3 million in fiscal 2016.Last modified on Thursday, 30 November 2017