Pennsylvania collected $1.8 billion in general fund revenue in February, $90.9 million more than anticipated, state Secretary of Revenue Tom Wolf said in a written statement.
Fiscal year-to-date general fund collections total $15.8 billion, which is $290.3 million above estimates.
February sales-tax receipts totaled $612.5 million, and personal-income tax revenue was $798.5 million. January corporation-tax revenue totaled $172.2 million, $91.7 million above estimates.
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