New figures out today show that Kansas is beating tax revenue estimates by $314.8 million through the first three quarters of the fiscal year.
The state pulled in about $4.8 billion in tax revenue for the first nine months of fiscal year 2018, which began July 1. Revenue had been estimated at about $4.5 billion for that same time frame.
“Total tax receipts remain strong and position the state well to meet fiscal year end consensus revenue estimates,” Revenue Secretary Sam Williams said in a statement.
“The growth in receipts," he said, "is primarily a function of . . .
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