Department of Minnesota Management and Budget
Minnesota’s government has scooped up $140 million more in taxes for January than finance officials had been counting on.
Minnesota tax collections missed the mark in July, though not by much. State finance officials said Friday that the government took in $10.7 million less than expected, mainly due to lower-than-forecast sales and individual income taxes.
Minnesota tax collectors say they brought in $69 million more than they were anticipating for April, the latest strong report on the state budget front.
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