(AP) – Kansas says its tax collections in November were $3.1 million more than estimated in November.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that revenue collections totaled more than $409 million this month, while about $406 million was estimated.
Corporate income tax receipts came in $1 million above estimates, while individual income tax receipts were $3.8 million above estimates.
But sales tax receipts fell short of estimates in November, coming in about $1 million below expectations.
The positive November revenue report came after Kansas fell $23 million short of estimates in October.