Kentucky Department of Revenue

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State officials say they have returned more than $302 million in refunds to Kentucky taxpayers.

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For Kentucky tax filers, the check will be in the mail a little later than usual this year. The state Department of Revenue says enhanced security features and fraud analysis tools will delay refund checks. 


Officials with the Kentucky Department of Revenue hope a new automated collection system will help the state efficiently collect delinquent taxes. The new $20 million system went on-line this fall. 


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A statewide audit released Thursday has found some Kentucky agencies aren't adequately protecting sensitive data.

The report from Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen’s office identifies the Treasury, Department of Revenue, and Finance and Administration Cabinet as having cyber security deficiencies - but no breaches.

Kentucky farmers and fishermen can file and pay their 2012 state income taxes by April 15 instead of March 1st.  The Kentucky Department of Revenue reports the six-week extension coincides with a similar IRS date change for federal taxes for farmers and fishermen thanks to the recently enacted American Taxpayer Relief Act. 

Kentucky Property Tax Remains the Same

Jul 3, 2012

Kentuckians will continue to pay 12.2 cents on each $100 dollars worth of property they own over the next year.