Ky. Tax Agency To Release Private Letter Rulings, As Ordered

By Paul Williams (July 26, 2019, 7:25 PM EDT) -- The Kentucky Department of Revenue will disclose redacted versions of private letter rulings to the public starting Oct. 1, the agency announced Friday, responding to litigation that required certain guidance to be divulged to a tax practitioner.

The Kentucky Capitol in Frankfort. Unable to fight a lawsuit that attracted legislators' attention, the state Department of Revenue will start releasing redacted versions of its private letter rulings. (AP) Beginning Oct. 1, taxpayers that receive private letter rulings from the department will be required to sign a waiver of confidentiality acknowledging that their identifying information will be redacted and the document will be publicized...

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