Online checkbook allows taxpayers to track how money spent
It you bank online you know it’s a great way to keep track of your money.
Now Oklahoma taxpayers will have the same opportunity.
A new website is providing a quick and easy way to examine exactly how your tax dollars are being spent with the Okla. Treasury Online Checkbook.
State Treasurer Ken Miller stopped by to explain how it works.
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