TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) Kansas is reporting it collected $2.5 million more in taxes than expected in November and extended its streak of better-than-anticipated figures to 18 consecutive months.
It is the longest streak of better-than-expected tax collections in more than 50 years. An AP spreadsheet compiled from monthly reports shows the state hasnt seen such a streak since at least May 1966.
The Kansas Department of Revenue reported Monday that tax collections were $500 million last month. The states official forecast predicted $497.5 million.
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