State Revenues Up

KSCB News - December 1, 2011 8:10 am

Kansas revenue collections are up for
November, with the state taking in $2.5 million more in taxes than
anticipated.
Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan says Wednesday the state collected
$2.4 million more in sales taxes than projected.
Overall, Kansas collected $405.8 million in November. A group of
economists and researchers had predicted earlier this month that
the state would collect $403.4 million.
The state has collected nearly $2.3 billion since the fiscal
year began July 1st. That’s $144.3 million, or 6.7 percent, more
than through the same period last fiscal year.
Jordan says the revenue collections show steady growth in the
Kansas economy.

 

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