Kentucky Tax Laws
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While no one enjoys paying taxes, they are unavoidable and help pay for important public services we often take for granted, such as highways, public schools, fire departments, public parks, and other entities that Kentucky residents and visitors depend on daily. The retail sales tax in Kentucky is a percent before local taxes are added, which is similar to sales tax rates in other states. Famous for its Bourbon whiskey, Kentucky liquor taxes are a fairly low $1.92 per gallon. To learn more about Kentucky tax laws and where to go for more information including how to find an attorney in your area, click on one of the following links.
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