FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky’s Revenue Department has launched a new version of its automated tax collection system.
The department says the new computer assisted collection system will allow the agency to focus more on taxpayer service.
The agency says the new system started earlier this month and features many new self-service options for filers. It says the system’s self-service Internet portal makes it more convenient for taxpayers to make payments or set up payment agreements.
The new system also automates many collection processes, such as filing liens, issuing levies and sending out final notice before seizure notifications.
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