Georgia November tax revenues up 7%

Friday, Dec. 9, 2011 2:33 PM
Last updated 2:38 PM
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ATLANTA -- The state of Georgia’s net tax collections for the month of November totaled $1.35 billion, an increase of $88 million or 7 percent compared to November 2010, the state announced this afternoon.

Through five months of FY2012, net revenue collections totaled $6.7 billion year-to-date, an increase of $427.5 million or 6.8 percent compared to YTD November FY2011, according to a news release.

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willie7 12/09/11 - 04:00 pm
Really good financial News

Really good financial News for the state!

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augusta citizen 12/09/11 - 04:53 pm
Goody, goody, the state

Goody, goody, the state received 7% more in taxes last month. Bet they upped their spending plans by 12%. :(

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