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Expedited Protest Resolution Program

2010 SPECIAL SESSION of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY ENACTS EXPEDITED PROTEST RESOLUTION PROGRAM

Expedited Protest Resolution Program
  • Expedited Protest Resolution is a program enacted by the 2010 Special Session of the General Assembly in House Bill 2 and signed into law by Governor Beshear on June 4, 2010.
  • Any notice of tax due (tax bill) that as of January 19, 2010 has been properly protested under KRS 131.110, not been the subject of a final ruling letter and not been the subject of collections action is eligible.
  •  A taxpayer may pay 100 percent of the tax due on eligible bills and be absolved from owing penalty and interest on those bills.
  • Payment of 100 percent of the tax due on eligible bills must be made by the close of business on July 30, 2010 in order to qualify.
  • DOR is sending a letter to taxpayers with bills that have been identified as being eligible under this program.
  • Some people will confuse this program with previous tax amnesty programs. This is not a tax amnesty program, but rather a program to expedite resolution of the January 19, 2010 inventory of tax bill protests.
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