Pennsylvania Experiences Revenue Decrease For October

Some disappointing financial news for Pennsylvania.  Revenue collected for October was 3.2% below projections, which translates to $57 million dollars less than expected for the month.  $44 million of the shortfall was in the personal income tax category.

We aren’t out of the woods yet!

One comment on “Pennsylvania Experiences Revenue Decrease For October

  1. Yet,another reason NOT to vote for Dan Onarato for Governor.Onarato has RAISED taxes in Allegheny County!He “created” a tax on poured drinks in bars and restaurants here in Allegheny County.That has put some places OUT of business. When taxes are lowered,revenue increases to the government.
    We don’t need another “Fast Eddie”!

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