The state of Kansas didn’t collect as much in taxes as expected last month.
However, the state is still ahead for the current fiscal year.
The Department of Revenue reported that the state collected nearly $425 million in taxes in March.
Total tax collections were nearly $12 million below expectations for the month. State sales tax receipts were $2.3 million more than anticipated while individual income tax receipts were $11.1 million below expectations for March.
The shortfall ends the state’s four-month streak of tax collections that exceeded expectations.