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February 2012 - Volume 20, Number 1


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Iowa's Monthly State Revenue and Estimated Net Yearly Revenue (in millions)


Monthly State Revenue

Monthly State Revenue


Monthly FY2012 state revenue was $591.2 million in December, halfway through the fiscal year. This is $60 million more than in December 2010. The year-to-date total is $86 million more than last year.


Estimated Net Yearly Revenue


The revised Revenue Estimating Conference December estimate for FY2012 is $5,920.6 million. The
official December 2010 estimate, the basis for the FY2012 budget, was $6,031.3 million. The FY2013 estimate is $6,170.4 million, almost $250 million higher than FY2012.


Source: Legislative Services Agency “Monthly General Fund Revenue Memo,” and Revenue Estimating Conference Report


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