Kansas Revenues Finish Strong

KSCB News - January 1, 2013 11:01 am

Kansas officials say the state is finishing 2012 with strong revenue collections, beating estimates by $30 million for December. The Revenue Department said yesterday the state collected $602 million in December, compared with the $572 million that had been forecast. Individual income tax payments in December played a big role, exceeding estimates by $27 million. Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan called Monday’s report a positive sign for the Kansas economy.

 

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