Pa. tax collections up through November
So far this year Pennsylvania is collecting more in taxes than anticipated.
The state Department of Revenue on Friday said total tax collections for November were $2.2 billion, or $47.2 million above estimate.
The November total brings year-to-date collections to $11.4 billion, or $26.1 million over estimate.
Nearly every revenue stream is up for the current fiscal year, which began in July.
Sales tax receipts have totaled $4.3 billion through November, nearly $24 million more than anticipated.
Personal income tax revenue exceed budget projections by more than $10 million, with $4.7 billion collected through November.
And corporate tax revenue has totaled $812.9 million, which is about $9 million above estimate.