The Nebraska Dept of Revenue says state government tax collections far exceeded expectations again in March.
Net revenue was $362.7-million dollars, just under $57-million or 18.6% more than the certified forecast, with higher-than-expected receipts in all tax categories except miscellaneous taxes.
Net individual income tax receipts were $142.8-million, $20.1-million or 16.4% over projections, with corporate income taxes at $63.6-million, up $24.3-million or a whopping 61.9%.
Sales and Use taxes came in at $131.6-million, topping expectations by 11.4% or $13.5-million dollars
Miscellaneous taxes, the smallest category, came up 4% or a little over a million less than the forecast at $24.6-million.
Tax collections for the fiscal year, which ends on June 30, are also above projections. The state has netted $4.133 billion so far, 15.6% or $559-million above the certified forecast.
All four categories of taxes are above projections for the fiscal year with corporate income taxes up 19.8%, individual income taxes 18.1% higher, sales and use taxes 12.6% above estimates, and miscellaneous taxes up 3.4%.
By totals, net individual income taxes are $334.8 million higher with sales and use taxes up $165.2-million, corporate income taxes $54.3-million, and miscellaneous taxes $4.8-million over the forecast.