Open-uri20160105-3-y2itg9_thumb

Kat Lucero

Reporter, Tax Notes Today/Tax Analysts

Washington, D.C.

Kat Lucero

D.C.-based tax policy reporter

Story_default_image_grey

Renacci Seeks to Pass Entire ID Theft Bill

As a CPA and business owner, Rep. Renacci, R-Ohio, has been preparing his own federal income tax return forms for several decades. The final product becomes a thick pile of documents, which the House Ways and Means Committee member submits to the IRS on the extension date in October instead of the regular filing deadline in April.
Tax Notes Today Link to Story
Story_default_image_grey

Roskam to Continue Oversight's Push for Asset Forfeiture Reform

I sat down with Ways and Means Oversight Subcommittee Chair Peter J. Roskam of Illinois to talk about his work on civil asset forfeiture, IRS administration, tax-exemption in higher education, and Iran.
Tax Notes Today Link to Story
Story_default_image_grey

Senate Appropriators Adopt $10.48 Billion IRS Funding Bill

The Senate Appropriations Committee on July 23 approved legislation that would continue the ongoing budget cuts at the IRS and yet would seek to improve taxpayer services ...
Tax Notes Today Link to Story
Open-uri20141204-2-xerjl5_profile

Two environment stories on the front page

D.C. Dept. of the Environment has postponed plans to overhaul its solar panel rebate program. ..... DC Water is seeking public comment as it prepares to study options for controlling sewage overflows into the Potomac River.
Current Newspapers Link to Story
Open-uri20141104-2-1gi6pr6_profile

Kennedy Center unveils more expansion details

A two-story structure on the Potomac River and two new pavilions connected underground are among the recently revealed details of a proposed major Kennedy Center expansion. In addition to the Kennedy Center, the Georgetown Current's front page also featured my local arts story -- "Local graffiti artist debuts in Georgetown's FAD."
Georgetown Current Link to Story
Open-uri20141204-2-zlhino_profile

Local Marine runs 65 miles for cystic fibrosis fundraiser

A Palisades resident ran 65 miles around D.C.'s Tidal Basin on Saturday to raise money for foundation seeking cure for cystic fibrosis, which his wife has had since birth. (all editions)
Current Newspapers Link to Story
Open-uri20141104-2-hod3gj_profile

Local Graffiti Artist Debuts in Georgetown for FAD

Local artist Kelly Towles likes to root for the underdog.
Georgetown Current Link to Story
Open-uri20140425-2-1xy4n3j_profile

Three front page stories for the Georgetown Current

Georgetown Univ. master planning will soon roll out sustainability, medical center schemes ... Georgetown House and Garden tour this weekend ... Local couple "quietly, humbly and awesomely restoring" Rock Creek Park (Dupont Circle/Georgetown/West End) for 25+ years
Georgetown Current Link to Story
Open-uri20140412-2-1rx806d_profile

City picks art center for Franklin redevelopment

Current Newspapers Link to Story
Open-uri20140412-2-1w3j8v9_profile

ANC supports two visions for Franklin School

Current Newspapers Link to Story
Open-uri20140412-2-dzg56x_profile

Plan Eyes for S Street Parking

Current Newspapers Link to Story
Open-uri20141204-2-gogm3m_profile

Duncan Phillips' Veneration of Georges Braque on Display

To Duncan Phillips, Georges Braque was the apple of his eye. The collector was first appalled by Cubism in its early stages, led by Picasso. However, he credits his later understanding of the style in the late 1920s largely to Braque's work.
The Washington Diplomat Link to Story

About

Kat Lucero

Kat is a reporter for Tax Notes Today, one of the trade publications for Tax Analysts. She covers the IRS, tax policy and other topics related to federal tax administration.

She previously wrote for the Current Newspapers, a group of neighborhood weeklies in Northwest Washington, D.C., covering mostly real estate, new businesses and other topics impacting urban development. She also immersed herself in data journalism, writing about campaign finance, lobbying and Internet policy as a reporting fellow for the Sunlight Foundation Reporting Group. Other publications she has written for include DCist, Eater DC, Washington Diplomat, Washingtonian, Elevation DC and Washington Post Express.

Her past life included graduate school, market research, political research and campaigns, lots of political science courses (with a drizzle of economics), and a college newsroom inside an eerily beautiful gothic building that was torn down to expand an "L" station. (Guess where she's from...)

Open-uri20160105-3-y2itg9_profile_large

Skills

  • Business Reporting
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Investigative Reporting
  • Data Journalism
  • Photography
  • Reporting
  • Data Analysis
  • Political Journalism
  • Food and Restaurant Reporting
  • Survey Research
  • HTML
  • Content Management Systems
  • FOIA
  • Video Editing
  • Social Media