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KY Dept of Revenue/KET host call-in show on sales tax law
Show will be on KET Sunday with Renee Shaw host
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By Glen Waldrop
News from Kentucky Department of Revenue
Frankfort, KY (5 Jul2018) - The Kentucky Department of Revenue (DOR) is partnering with KET to present Kentucky Tax Law Changes: What You Need to Know, a live call-in program addressing changes to Kentucky's tax law. The show will air July 9, 2018 at 7pmCT/8pmET on KET.
The 2018 Kentucky legislation expanded the types of services now subject to sales tax and amended certain excise taxes. The live call-in show, hosted by KET's Renee Shaw, will feature a panel of DOR experts that will help taxpayers better understand the changes associated with the new law.
Additional information on the tax changes are at www.taxanswers.ky.gov, a Department of Revenue website dedicated to this issue. July 9 show features panel of experts. July 9 show features panel of experts, can submit questions via phone or Facebook live
"Our goal is to assist every taxpayer in becoming and remaining compliant," said DOR Commissioner Daniel P. Bork. "This show is a great resource to share information with the people of the Commonwealth. We appreciate KET's willingness to collaborate with us on this program. We hope anyone with questions about the new law will tune in."
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