Indiana tax collections surpassed expectations in February for the third consecutive month – and only the third time this fiscal year.
A little more than halfway through the year, total tax collections for Indiana are about $40 million - or 0.5 percent - behind the state's budget plan.
Tax collections exceeded expectations in December, the first time that's happened this fiscal year.
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.
Indiana’s 2018 fiscal year got off to a slow start as all of its tax revenues came in below expectations.
January’s Indiana tax collections dipped just below expected levels for the first time in three months.
Indiana is riding a poor streak heading into the last month of the fiscal year: the state’s tax collections fell short of the mark three months in a row.
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Indiana brought in about $21 million more than predicted in November, roughly 2 percent above target.
The recent revenue forecast dragging down projections has helped boost the state’s fiscal picture in recent months.