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Tax tips for students

Income tax season is approaching, and students may want to consider these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) to help the tax preparation process go more smoothly. “One of my top priorities as governor is making higher education more accessible to...
Posted On 08 Jan 2021
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Knox Fiscal Court sets yearly tax rates

Magistrates of the Knox County Fiscal Court voted to save county residents money and not raise their tax rate. During the August meeting, the court heard from Knox County Property Valuation Administrator Bill Oxendine on the assessed property value of the county. “We’ve grown in...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017
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Chamber Board opposes decision to ‘stack’ Corbin occupational tax

To the Editor: At its regular monthly board meeting June 16, the Board of Directors of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously in opposition to the recent decision by City Commission to enforce the city’s 1 percent occupational tax on workers in the Knox...

Stivers defends third foray into Corbin, Knox occupational tax fight

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Fiscal court OKs $3 water tax for 911

Pat White Jr., Whitley County Judge-Executive 911 fees will never completely cover the cost of Whitley County E911, but the Whitley County Fiscal Court is looking to the water in the hopes of decreasing the portion of the budget shortfall that has to be covered out of t...

Bill aims to change KY restaurant tax

A bill to modernize Kentucky’s restaurant tax has been introduced in the Kentucky Senate. Senate Bill 166, sponsored by Senator Jared Carpenter (R-Berea), will eliminate the current tax restaurant owners pay on their gross receipts or net profits if cities elect to tax the...