The Department of Revenue has developed a variety of resources to help us provide courteous, fair and efficient service to all Kentucky taxpayers. Please feel free to contact us at any time. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.
Contact Us: Send a detailed message to a Department of Revenue employee. Please remember not to include any confidential information in your message. This includes your SSN, FEIN, or Account Number.
E-file and Payment Options: Make a payment or file taxes online.
Find a Form: The Department of Revenue maintains a searchable forms library containing all available Kentucky state tax forms.
Identity Theft Prevention: Safeguarding your tax information is very important to the Department of Revenue. Kentucky has implemented many internal measures along with partnering with outside sources to prevent tax fraud and identity theft.
Local Information: Find the street address, website address and contact information for your local Property Valuation Administrator.
Open Records Request: All Open Records Requests must be submitted in writing. Individual and corporate income tax records are exempt from release to the general public under the Kentucky Open Records Act.
Protest and Appeals: If you disagree with an assessment of tax, a reduction or denial of a refund, or other determination made by the Department of Revenue, you have the right to protest.
Report Tax Fraud: The Kentucky Department of Revenue is dedicating significant resources to stop tax fraud. You can report tax fraud anonymously.
Research Tax Laws: Here you will find links to Kentucky tax laws and regulations, as well as to federal tax laws (IRS).
Service Centers: The Department of Revenue maintains 10 service centers across Kentucky so that you can find help close to home.
Special Investigations: The Division of Special Investigations identifies and investigates state tax crimes and prepares cases for prosecution.
Tax Area Contact Information: Looking for the phone number or mailing address for a specific section at the Department of Revenue? Check here for contact information.
Taxpayer Ombudsman: The Taxpayer Ombudsman is your advocate and is there to make sure your rights are protected. If you think you are not being treated fairly or if you have a problem or complaint, please contact the Ombudsman for assistance. (Please note, it is not the role of the Ombudsman to intercede in an audit, handle a protest, waive taxes, penalty or interest, or answer technical questions.)
Where's My Refund: The Kentucky Department of Revenue currently offers two ways to find out the current status of Tax Refunds. Find instructions here.