Pennsylvania tax collections continue to exceed expectations

    In more good news for Pennsylvania, tax collections continue to exceed expectations through the fiscal year. As of January, $264 million more than was projected came in.

     

    With total collection up by almost 2 percent, as the Associated Press reports, the Corbett administration announced today sales taxes are 2.2 percent ahead of estimates and income tax collections drew in 1.6 more than expected.

    Realty-transfer taxes, however, are down 16 percent.

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