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Yesterday the Fiscal Research Division of the North Carolina General Assembly and the Office of State Budget and Management released a revised revenue forecast for the Fiscal Year 2021-2023 biennium.
Yesterday the Fiscal Research Division of the North Carolina General Assembly and the Office of State Budget and Management released a revised revenue forecast for the Fiscal Year 2021-2023 biennium.
 
The General Assembly’s nonpartisan Fiscal Research Division said the state collected nearly $900 million more than anticipated for the fiscal year which ended June 30.
The General Assembly’s nonpartisan Fiscal Research Division said the state collected nearly $900 million more than anticipated for the fiscal year which ended June 30.
 
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
 
Governor Pat McCrory applauded North Carolina's strong revenue growth during the first quarter of the fiscal year, which is largely driven by strong wage growth and employment gains.
Governor Pat McCrory applauded North Carolina's strong revenue growth during the first quarter of the fiscal year, which is largely driven by strong wage growth and employment gains.
 
The final batch of solar and other renewable energy projects requested under the "safe harbor" law enacted in April by the General Assembly could cost North Carolina taxpayers as much as $937,804,785 in credits, according to aggregated figures released Wednesday by the North Carolina Department...
The final batch of solar and other renewable energy projects requested under the "safe harbor" law enacted in April by the General Assembly could cost North Carolina taxpayers as much as $937,804,785 in credits, according to aggregated figures released Wednesday by the North Carolina Department...
 
If I wanted to keep poor people poor, there are several government policies I would favor.
If I wanted to keep poor people poor, there are several government policies I would favor.
 
When is a sales-tax increase not really a sales-tax increase? If you want to make sense of the contrasting claims about tax reform in North Carolina, this is one...
When is a sales-tax increase not really a sales-tax increase? If you want to make sense of the contrasting claims about tax reform in North Carolina, this is one...
 
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