... Trahan touts zero tolerance sexual harassment policy for her Congressional campaign ...... PlayMyWay, Game Sense items on Gaming Commission agenda for Wednesday meeting ...... Senate in disarray as members search for course in Hefner-Rosenberg case ...... Scott Lively files paperwork to run for governor ...... Branches, admin launch fiscal 2019 budget talks with revenue hearing ...
Latest Headlines:
House:
ADJOURNED 'til Thursday at 11 a.m. (informal)
Senate:
ADJOURNED 'til Thursday at 11 a.m. (no calendar)

TAXES THROUGH NOVEMBER GROWING AT 4.8 PERCENT CLIP

November tax collections, albeit the smallest month for state revenues of the year, beat expectations by $25 million, notching another positive month for Massachusetts budget managers now $204 million in the black for the year.

The Department of Revenue announced Tuesday that collections of $1.74 billion in November exceeded benchmarks by 1.5 percent. Through the first five months of the fiscal year, tax revenues have grown by $452 million, or 4.8 percent, over the same period last year and have exceeded benchmarks by 2.1 percent.


Get the Rest of the Story!

Request a Free 21-day Trial:

Please fill in all requested information.



ZIP code or phone number is not valid.

() ext.

Please enter a valid e-mail address.

'E-mail' and 'Confirm E-mail' must match.



 
 
State House News Service