Kansas revenue figures fall $5.8 million below expectations in May

Kansas revenue numbers again fell below expectations for the month of May, the Kansas Department of Revenue announced Friday.

Overall tax receipts were $5.8 million lower than expected, Kansas Department of Revenue spokeswoman Jeannine Koranda said in a news release. Koranda cited weak corporate income and sales tax receipts “which reflected a downward national trend.”

The state pulled in $9.5 million less than expected from sales and tax use receipts and $3.3 million less than expected from corporate income taxes, the revenue department said. Continue reading

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