Please Note: Information is displayed by "fiscal year," and not "calendar year." Kentucky's fiscal year begins on July 1 of each year and ends on June 30 the following year. This time period is set by Kentucky's Constitution. This standard accounting practice allows decision makers to have a more complete picture of the Commonwealth's finances.
Not all government agencies receive or use state tax dollars for their operation. State agencies that do not use state tax dollars include:
- 38 occupational and professional boards
- Personnel Board
- Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System
- Kentucky Retirement Systems
- Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
- Environmental Education Council
- Environmental Quality Commission
- Boxing and Wrestling Authority
- Department of Financial Institutions
- Department of Charitable Gaming
- Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
- Workers’ Compensation Board
- Workers’ Compensation Funding Commission
More information of each agencies source of funds can be found in the executive branch budget.
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