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Indiana State Revenues Dip In January

The January revenue proved lower than the state's forecast.

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Indiana brought in $48 million less than predicted in January.

State revenues in January dipped below recent forecasts, but overall revenues this fiscal year are still strong.

Revenue collected last month was $48 million less than forecasted. But through seven months of the fiscal year, revenues are still $67 million ahead of expectations. Growth over last year’s numbers is strong as well- the fiscal year-to-date revenues are more than eight percent greater than 2011.

In a statement, budget director Adam Horst said a slowdown is likely ahead. He said February is typically the month with the lowest level of collections.

Brandon Smith

Brandon Smith has previously worked as a reporter and anchor for KBIA Radio in Columbia, MO, and at WSPY Radio in Plano, IL as a show host, reporter, producer and anchor. Brandon graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2010, with minors in political science and history. He was born and raised in Chicago.

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