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County financial officers are working with insurance companies to correct what they believe is an ongoing taxing mistake that costs the county as much as $1 million annually, according to figures from the judge-executive's office. But this correction will cost some city governments funding, and create additional work for county employees.
Judge-Executive Duane Murner and county financial officers recently discovered the insurance premium tax - a tax on property owners in Oldham County - has been misdirected by insurance companies to the wrong jurisdictions.
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