Gov. Nathan Deal has announced Georgia collected $1.41 billion in net tax revenue last month. The figure represents a 6.7 percent increase compared with July 2012. In a statement, Deal said Monday that the percentage increase translates to about $88.5 million in additional tax revenue compared with July 2012.
Georgia government doesn't save as much as many other states, while recent state spending increases outpaced the national average. Those are conclusions from a new nonpartisan analysis of all 50 states.
Georgia's revenues climbed in November for the sixth straight month. Property tax collections were 109.6 percent higher in November than in the same month last year. Corporate income taxes jumped 175.9 percent as compared to November 2009.