State revenue beating estimates through February

GENERAL REVENUE FOR RHODE ISLAND has exceeded budget through the first eight months of fiscal 2018, according to the state Department of Revenue, although collections in February fell short of the month's expectations. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
GENERAL REVENUE FOR RHODE ISLAND has exceeded budget through the first eight months of fiscal 2018, according to the state Department of Revenue, although collections in February fell short of the month's expectations. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
PROVIDENCE – General revenue for Rhode Island is running 1.4 percent ahead of budget through February for fiscal 2018, according to data released Friday by the state Department of Revenue. The five revenue sources – personal income tax, sales and use tax, departmental receipts, lottery transfer, and other sources – totaled $2.16 billion through the…

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