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Posted: Sunday, 03 August 2014 2:19AM

Kansas Revenue Exceeds Expectations After Three-Month Shortfall



WICHITA, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Revenue said Thursday that it collected revenue of about $409 million in July, which was $1.6 million more than a target set by a panel of economists.

The Topeka Capital-Journal reports higher-than-expected revenue came after three months of shortfalls. The state collected $93 million less than expected in April, $217 million less in May and $28 million less in June.

Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan said he sees July's improved revenue as a sign that Kansans are getting back to work.


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08/03/2014 2:21AM
Kansas Revenue Exceeds Expectations After Three-Month Shortfall
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