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State Tax Revenue Falls 5.1% in April

Collections were above forecast by $173 million, or 26.8%. read more >
Government & Politics / Retail

State Tax Cutting Trend Faces Headwinds From Declining Revenues and Tighter Budgets

Some states made permanent tax reductions. Others passed one-time rebates or temporary suspensions. One way or another, whether red or blue, all states save Alaska and Nevada joined in. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics

State Tax Revenue Dips 2.6% in December

For sales tax collections, major reporting sectors showed mostly higher growth over the previous year. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Retail / Small Business / Tourism

State Tax Revenue Flat in November

Net available general revenue was $473.4 million, up $1.3 million, or 0.3%, from a year ago. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Retail / Small Business / Tourism / Transportation

State Tax Revenue Falls 7.9% in September, but Still Above Forecast

The state had a surplus of $108 million through the first quarter of fiscal 2024. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Restaurants & Food / Retail / Small Business

State Tax Revenue Falls 4.5% in August

Collections came in above forecast by $17.3 million, or 3.5% higher than projected. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Restaurants & Food / Retail / Transportation

State Tax Revenue Rises 2% in July

Sales tax collection growth was broad-based but notably higher than year-ago levels in retail, motor vehicles and restaurant sales. read more >

State Ends Fiscal 2023 With $1.2B Surplus

The fiscal year ended above forecast in all major categories of collections and above fiscal 2022 levels in sales tax collections. read more >
Retail / Tourism / Transportation

State Projects $1.03B Surplus for Fiscal Year; Revenue Falls 23% in May

Net available revenue for the month fell sharply from a year ago, but was still above forecast. read more >
Government & Politics / Retail / Tourism

State Tax Revenue Falls 23% in April, but Still Above Forecast

With two months remaining in the state's fiscal year, the state surplus is $430.2 million. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Retail / Tourism

State Tax Revenue Up 5.9% in December

All major collection categories were above forecast, the Department of Finance and Administration reported. read more >
The Arkansas Capitol building in Little Rock.
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Real Estate / Tourism

State Tax Revenue Down 5.6% in November, Still Above Forecast

The forecast was revised on Nov. 10 to account for tax cuts from the special legislative session and updated economic assumptions. read more >
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics / Retail

State Tax Revenue Up 10% in October

All major collection categories were above forecast, with sales tax collections remaining particularly strong. read more >
The Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock.
Banking & Finance / Government & Politics

State Tax Revenue Falls 22% in May

The forecast for the fiscal year was revised to reflect an expected year-end surplus of $1.47 billion. read more >
Government & Politics

State Tax Revenue Up 39% in March

Revenue was above forecast in all major categories. read more >
Government & Politics

February Tax Revenue Down 7%, Still Well Above Forecast

Individual income tax collection benefited from continued high growth in payroll withholding. read more >
The Arkansas Capitol building in Little Rock.
Government & Politics

Arkansas Tax Revenue Up 12.5% in January

All major collection categories were above the revised forecast. read more >