Georgia tax collections were up 7 percent last month over March of last year, the second consecutive month of rising revenues after three straight months of decline.
The state brought in nearly $1.67 billion in revenue in March, $109 million more than during March of 2018.
Individual income tax receipts rose by 9 percent, driven by an 8.7 percent decrease in refunds issued and a 43.6 percent rise in tax return payments by non-Georgia residents.
Gross sales tax collections also were up by 6.7 percent…
Atlanta Business Journal
Georgia tax revenues up 7 percent in March