September Revenues Higher Than Expected in Tennessee

September revenues once again came in higher in Tennessee than state projections however possible declines could be on the horizon.

The Tennessee Department Finance & Administration said last month’s revenues of $1.6 billion also was higher than the state’s September 2019 performance by about $23 million.

The Finance Commissioner says this is the second month in a row for increased revenues in the state but the boost is largely due to Tennesseans receiving stimulus funding, which is declining soon.

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