Table 7.4

Fiscal 2021 General Fund Revenue Collections Compared With Projections Used to Adopt Fiscal 2021 Budgets (Millions)


  Sales Tax Personal Income Tax Corporate Income Tax Gaming/Lottery Revenue All Other Revenue Total
FIPS State or other
jurisdiction
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Original
Esitmate
Preliminary
Actual
Total$269,091$291,842$379,886$463,013

$58,526

$80,711$8,802$9,505$151,608$164,429$867,913$1,009,500
01Alabama2,8783,2234,3714,739

506

771002,2152,3129,97011,045
02Alaska0000

75

55221,1281,5151,2051,572
04Arizona*5,2766,2455,0706,517

445

8478710517734711,05514,061
05Arkansas*2,5692,8843,3593,969

449

65233404845766,8948,121
06California20,58327,93677,567125,151

16,534

20,720214,9606,563119,646180,371
08Colorado3,2093,6347,0359,483

578

1,18400(67)(60)10,75514,241
09Connecticut4,5884,79310,00510,340

1,083

1,1536026393,9743,60620,25220,531
10Delaware*001,5621,888

77

2101722162,7253,0774,5365,391
12Florida27,02327,15900

2,843

3,396004,5835,72634,44936,281
13Georgia6,2726,94812,07014,221

770

1,751005,0355,67224,14728,592
15Hawaii*3,0453,0552,0583,355

111

186001,4062,4076,6209,003
16Idaho1,7722,0041,8592,446

294

349002012104,1265,009
17Illinois*9,0389,36820,12622,525

2,489

3,5639867779,4928,61942,13144,852
18Indiana*8,2779,0736,3807,532

834

1,3854214981,0561,25916,96819,747
19Iowa3,1703,5125,1345,435

721

98481101(1,269)(1,231)7,8378,801
20Kansas*3,0103,1264,0844,590

534

652004724988,1008,866
21Kentucky4,1914,5614,7715,144

546

8832772891,8191,95111,60412,828
22Louisiana3,5323,8403,6463,654

423

5502683821,3071,3849,1769,810
23Maine1,6971,8561,8462,070

204

28466711382403,9514,521
24Maryland5,0414,98811,03011,705

1,101

1,4625656321,6292,04519,36620,832
25Massachusetts5,0335,47016,18019,593

2,501

3,5901,2951,3338,1638,73333,17238,719
26Michigan1,4152,0256,2126,794

269

757001,1511,2119,04710,787
27Minnesota5,0195,83312,05112,570

1,155

1,7311351713,3333,59321,69323,898
28Mississippi*2,2912,6532,0052,226

481

8451211587938585,6916,740
29Missouri*2,2712,3576,8217,789

362

678003444169,79811,240
30Montana52561,4051,765

156

26773877837892,4692,964
31Nebraska*1,8202,0102,7503,131

360

571002202485,1505,960
32Nevada1,4111,38100008227132,3632,3814,5964,475
33New Hampshire0000

440

632001,1521,2121,5921,844
34New Jersey10,69012,10415,01617,518

3,410

4,9450011,53813,57340,65448,140
35New Mexico3,0562,8541,6611,765

17

13269193,0803,1297,8837,899
36New York11,34211,15541,60244,034

6,506

6,420111011,48112,69370,94274,312
37North Carolina*8,6249,02414,82215,823

1,037

1,552003,1203,30127,60329,700
38North Dakota*1,009853425466

80

14716259703792,5001,870
39Ohio (a)11,18112,1919,90610,201

1,653

1,667003,0152,76025,75526,819
40Oklahoma*2,8693,3183,2772,950

299

5621801831,2711,2667,8968,279
41Oregon*009,95112,815

473

1,479006991,04211,12315,336
42Pennsylvania*11,90412,83515,43816,283

3,253

4,4241982426,1626,60836,95540,392
44Rhode Island1,2131,3421,4501,616

151

2032552989699734,0384,432
45South Carolina3,4003,8264,1254,838

329

623001,0691,1738,92310,460
46South Dakota1,1021,22300001321565085711,7421,950
47Tennessee8,60010,3806854

2,153

3,1794033983,9014,11515,12518,126
48Texas33,69132,25400001,4541,88526,68126,36761,82660,506
49Utah*2,2962,6255,1686,111

383

743005825898,42910,068
50Vermont*8361,070

49

133008339541,7182,157
51Virginia3,3474,16615,44817,304

1,042

1,516001,5171,89321,35424,879
53Washington12,35213,34200000011,74814,19824,10027,540
54West Virginia*1,4221,5372,1562,254

145

32075757788014,5764,987
55Wisconsin5,9616,3749,1429,283

1,205

2,560001,3471,35617,65519,573
56Wyoming5534520000005725321,125984

Source:

National Association of State Budget Officers, Fall 2021 Fiscal Survey of States.

Notes:

Unless otherwise noted, original estimates reflect the figures used when the fiscal 2021 budget was adopted.

Key:

* Denotes states that recognized some revenue (primarily from income taxes) in fiscal 2021 instead of fiscal 2020 due to the shift in the tax filing deadline from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020.
N/A — Indicates data are not available.

Footnotes:

(a)

Ohio — Corporate Income Tax: Ohio doesn’t have a corporate income tax and instead has a commercial activities tax (CAT). All Other General Revenue Fund Revenue: Federal reimbursements for Medicaid expenditures make up the majority of revenue in this category.