State Tax Revenue Continues to Grow
In reviewing the Iowa Revenue Estimating Conference reports, it becomes apparent that though Governor Branstad and the Iowa House of Representatives have done a good job balancing the state budget, they have not addressed the continuing growth in tax revenues. The graph shows a clear trend of increasing money coming from taxpayers to government, especially in FY2011 and 2012. Wonder if FY2013 will be any different?
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