Collections Improve

DeSue, Tedra
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/9/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32316, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports on the ability of the Georgia government to collect state revenues which totaled about 1.8 billion dollars. With the addition of the said revenues, the state revenues now totaled 9.7 billion dollars. The increase is due to a 23.6 percent increase in individual tax collections. On the other hand, sales and use taxes also were up.


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