Kentucky State Treasury [RG 2770]

Kentucky State Treasury [RG 2770]


The first Constitution of Kentucky (1792) prov ided for a Treasurer to be appointed annually by the General Assembly. The second Constitution (1799) added that the Governor could appoint the Treasurer while the General Assembly was in recess. The third Constitution (1850) called for the elections of the Treasurer for a term of two years. The current Constitution (1891) established a four-year term. KRS Chapter 41 out lines the State Treasury’s responsibilities and delineates methods for deposits, withdrawals and disbursements of state funds. The State Treasury is the chief clearinghouse for state government revenues. The agency records, verifies and pays all federal, state and local withholding taxes for state employees. It records, monitors, and reconciles all transactions in the state’s depository and checking accounts.

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