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State income tax payments down compared to same period last year

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State income tax payments down compared to same period last year

By O. Kay Henderson Personal income tax payments to the state have been lower for the past seven months compared the same period a year ago. Jeff Robinson, a senior policy analyst with the Legislative Services Agency, says after a “disappointing” drop of more than 17 percent in all state tax collections in December, there was a slight uptick in […]

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