Mass. Monthly Tax Revenues Running Nearly 7% Higher Than Last Fiscal Year

February 5, 2014 7:29 PM
Mass. Monthly Tax Revenues Running Nearly 7% Higher Than Last Fiscal Year
" BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts officials say monthly tax collections are continuing to exceed expectations.

State Revenue Commissioner Amy Pitter says revenues collected in January totaled $143 million more than in the same month a year ago, an increase of more than 6 percent.

Last month’s performance also topped the state’s revised benchmark by $83 million.

Pitter says higher than expected withholding and corporate tax collections offset what she called “relatively weak” sales tax collections "

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