NASHVILLE – Sales tax collections in Tennessee continued to show marginal growth in September revenue figures. Finance and Administration Commissi
More efficient and effective delivery of state services for taxpayers
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today announced that the state has been recognized as one of the top in the nation for use of digital technology to better serve Tennesseans and streamline operations. Tennessee was among six states to receive a grade of A- in the 2012 Digital States Survey, which was up from a B+, the state’s grade in the 2010 survey. Michigan and Utah were the only two states to receive an A.
“Our goal is for Tennessee to be the best managed state in the country, and technology plays a significant role in accomplishing that,” Haslam said. “We are always looking to improve the way we deliver state services to Tennessee taxpayers, and will continue to enhance online options.”
NASHVILLE – Tennessee revenue collections fell short of budgeted estimates for the first month of the state’s fiscal year.
NASHVILLE – Tennessee revenue collections continued their upward trend in July, but at a much slower pace compared to recent months.
NASHVILLE – Total tax collections for June were well above budgeted expectations.
NASHVILLE – Tennessee revenue collections continued an upward growth trend in May with a net positive growth of 3.40% over col
NASHVILLE – Tennessee revenue collections continued an upward growth trend in April, with a net positive growth of 9.67% over Apr
To include funding to restore additional ‘core services’ and to further reduce the food tax
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam today rolled out his proposal to revise the FY 2012-2013 budget to reflect new estimates on increased state revenues.
The supplemental appropriations amendment to SB 3768/HB 3835 will include funding that was not part of the budget the governor presented in January, which was based on earlier revenue projections.
NASHVILLE – Revenue collections in Tennessee for October continue to indicate consumer confidence in the state’s economy. Finance and Administration commissioner Mark Emkes