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New State Law Adversely Affects Taxpayers

A new Kentucky law was enacted in April that includes many provisions important to certain businesses, nonprofits, individuals and governmental entities.

One significant component is the elimination of interest that the state would have, under the old law, been required to pay to taxpayers with outstanding tax refund claims.

A recent newspaper article by Mark Loyd, Chair of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald's State and Local Tax Team, explains this provision and other aspects of the new tax law.

If you wish to learn more about the new law, please feel free to contact Mark or any other member of the State and Local Tax Team.

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