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Taxation: selected sales, gross receipts a report to the Committee on Functions and Resources of State Government. by Kentucky. General Assembly. Legislatvie Research Commission.

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Published in Frankfort .
Written in English



  • Kentucky.


  • Sales tax -- Kentucky.

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SeriesIts Research publication,, no. 26, Research report (Kentucky. General Assembly. Legislative Research Commission) ;, no. 26.
LC ClassificationsJK5374 .A33 no. 26
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p.
Number of Pages21
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Open LibraryOL6127952M
LC Control Number52062205

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