Nebraska state tax receipts beat expectations in February

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska state government tax collections beat expectations in February.

The Nebraska Department of Revenue reported net tax receipts Friday of $315 million, which is more than 7% above the certified forecast of $293 million.

The department says net individual income, corporate income, and miscellaneous tax collections were all higher than expected.

Net sales-and-use tax revenue came in lower than projected.

The state has also collected more than expected in the current fiscal year that ends June 30.

Nebraska has received $3.275 billion so far, compared to projections of $3.021 billion.

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