CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's tax receipts continue to outpace estimates, despite falling below expectations in January.
The state collected $101 million in revenue in January, which was $4 million less than projected with the state budget was adopted last June. So far this fiscal year, the state is $13 million ahead of estimates.
Administrative Services Commissioner Linda Hodgdon said Wednesday she did not see any big trends from the tax accounts. January is a relatively small revenue month. The two biggest months are March and April.
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