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State Government Finances - February 2011

The Alabama Department of Revenue reports that tax collections were up roughly 7.3 percent in January 2011 versus January 2010.

Alabama Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 773.6 7.3
Dec .10 686.8 3.7
Jan. 10 720.9 –1.9

 

According to data from Florida's Department of Revenue, January 2011's tax collection rate was roughly 8 percent higher than in January 2010.

Florida Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 2,078.4 8.1
Dec. 10 2,054.0 8.8
Jan. 10 1,923.3 –5.9

 

Data from Georgia's Department of Revenue show that Georgia's total tax collections have been increasing on a year-over-year (three-month moving average) basis for seven consecutive months as of January.

Georgia Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 1,459.7 8.7
Dec. 10 1,343.1 8.7
Jan. 10 1,352.2 –10.1

 

Data from Louisiana's Department of Revenue suggested a 9.0 percent decline in collections in January 2011 compared to January 2010.

Louisiana Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 622.4 –9.0
Dec. 10 567.8 –14.6
Jan. 10 684.0 –9.8

 

According to data from Mississippi's Department of Revenue, total tax revenues increased in January on a year-over-year basis for the fifth consecutive month.

Mississippi Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 531.9 2.0
Dec. 10 514.6 1.7
Jan. 10 521.6 –4.9

 

Data from Tennessee's Department of Revenue show that January 2011 was the state's sixth consecutive month of year-over-year improvements in total tax collections, as the rate of improvement continues to accelerate.

Tennessee Total Tax Revenues
Total revenue
(3mma, $mil)
Y/Y %
change
Jan. 11 852.6 5.6
Dec. 10 764.5 5.5
Jan. 10 807.4 –1.5

 

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