The state cigarette taxes charged in Kentucky ranked 35th in the nation, according to a new analysis from the Tax Foundation based on 2016 data.
Average federal tax refunds in Kentucky ranked 39th among the 50 states, according to a new analysis from the website 24/7 Wall St.
Kentucky ranked 21st in the nation in a recent WalletHub analysis of property tax rates among the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Livingston County was ranked the top-performing local economy in Kentucky in a Wall St. 24/7 analysis of counties’ gross domestic product growth from 2012 to 2015.
Middle-range income earners in Kentucky ranked 24th in the nation in terms of how they benefited from the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, according to a new Tax Foundation analysis.
Kentucky finished 32nd in a ranking of the taxes and fees that states place on gasoline, according to the Washington-based Tax Foundation.
Kentucky finished fifth in a study by the Tax Foundation examining which states rely most on federal aid funding as a percentage of their general-fund revenue.
Kentucky finished 27th in a study by the Tax Foundation examining which states have the most business-friendly corporate income tax structures.
Kentucky finished 17th in a new study by the Tax Foundation ranking which states have the most business-friendly income tax structures.
Kentucky finished 14th in a study by the Tax Foundation examining which states have the most business-friendly sales tax structures.
Kentucky finished 35th in a new study by the Tax Foundation ranking of which states have the most business-friendly property tax structures.
Compared to other states, the U.S. House delegation from Kentucky ranked ninth lowest in spending based on how they voted on key fiscal measures, according to a new analysis by the Coalition to Reduce Spending.
Kentucky finished 47th in a new study by the Tax Foundation ranking which states have the most business-friendly unemployment insurance tax structures.
California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C., ranked among the U.S. jurisdictions with the most progressive individual income tax systems, according to a recent Tax Foundation analysis.
Kentucky ranked No. 17 among the District of Columbia and the 50 states in a recent analysis by WalletHub.com on how they were affected by the 35-day partial shutdown of the federal government.
Lexington, Kent., ranks 28th worst among the 75 largest cities in the United States for the handling of its finances, according to a Truth in Accounting (TIA) analysis of municipal data released this month.
Kentucky finished at No. 23 among the 50 states in the Washington-based Tax Foundation’s analysis of how states’ tax systems affect their ability to attract and retain businesses.