Kentucky will likely adopt an entirely new way of taxing its banks this year in a move prompted primarily by the approach of interstate branching.

The Kentucky Bankers Association intends to push a bill in the state's new legislative session, which began last week, that would abolish the state's current bank shares tax system, in favor of the more common franchise tax structure.

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