TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas says it collected $39.5 million more in taxes than it expected in March to make it the 10th consecutive month revenues were greater than anticipated.
The Department of Revenue reported Monday that tax collections last month were almost $490 million when the states official fiscal forecast predicted $450 million. The surplus was 8.8 percent.
Since the start of its current budget year July 1, the states tax collections have exceeded expectations by about 7 percent.
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