The first two months of the fiscal year put the state more than 40 million dollars below expectations. September made it more than twice as bad.
At a study committee on the issues, regulators said the state may be missing millions in revenue because of fraud – but couldn't say how much they've recouped.
Indiana continues to struggle in its new fiscal year as revenues came in below expectations in August.
County officials say the center lost too much money from processing trash to be sustainable. It will close this Saturday.
Indiana’s sales tax collections have failed to meet expected levels for 21 of the last 23 months.
Through a third of the current fiscal year, revenues are about $61 million below target. That's about 1.3 percent off the mark.
Significant tax relief for Hoosier employers could be on the horizon if the state’s revenues do well the next few months.
Boosted sales tax revenues led to higher-than expected state revenue collections in October.
Indiana's tax collections were below projections for the first two months of this fiscal year.
Tax revenues for Indiana were $5 million below expectations in July, the first month of the fiscal year.