New York State Tax Revenue Below Forecast as Wall Street Slows

  • First Quarter tax revenue was $450 million below projections
  • State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli urges caution on budget

New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said the state’s tax collections fell $454.1 million below projections in the first quarter as personal income tax income revenue dropped amid a slowdown on Wall Street.

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