Kentucky

June 19, 2010 12:00 AM

Tax worker helps save taxpayer's life

They say death and taxes are inevitable. But in the case of Earl Phillips, taxes may have helped save the Adair County man's life. When Phillips called the state Department of Revenue last month to get answers about his state income tax bill, the faceless Frankfort bureaucrat who called him back saved his life.

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