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December 2, 2021

Severance Taxes, Stimulus Funds, Timing Boost November State Revenue Collections

Charleston Gazette-Mail, Huntington Herald-Dispatch – Bolstered by another month of strong severance tax collection, the ongoing influx of billions of dollars of federal pandemic stimulus funds and plain old good timing, West Virginia tax collection for November came in at $435.6 million, or $88.03 million higher than projected, figures released by the Senate Finance Committee show. Read the full article.

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