Financial Plans & Cash Reports

November State Receipts Exceed Projections for Sixth Month Straight

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 19, 2023 Media Contact: [email protected] June Cash Receipts Continue to Stabilize Following April Volatility November receipts 10.7% above latest projections and 9% above November 2022 receipts ALBANY, NY | The State Comptroller released its November Cash Report Friday, showing that November receipts came in over projections and over November 2022 receipts: November 2023 receipts: $7.59 billion November 2023 projections: Enacted (June): $7.06 billion Mid-Year Update (October): $6.86 billion November 2022 receipts: [...]

2023-12-19T09:26:12-05:00December 19th, 2023|Financial Plans & Cash Reports, Press Releases|

October Cash Receipts Remain Stable More Than Halfway Through Fiscal Year

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 16, 2023 Media Contact: [email protected] June Cash Receipts Continue to Stabilize Following April Volatility October receipts 5.6% above latest projections and 7.5% above October 2022 receipts ALBANY, NY | November 16, 2023 — The State Comptroller released its October Cash Report today, showing that October receipts came in over projections and over October 2022 receipts. October 2023 receipts: $5.85 billion October 2023 projections: Enacted: $5.43 billion Mid-year: $5.54 billion October [...]

State Fiscal Outlook Improves in Mid-Year Update to Financial Plan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 31, 2023 Media Contact: [email protected] June Cash Receipts Continue to Stabilize Following April Volatility As FPI projected earlier this month, Financial Plan update reduces projected FY 2025 budget gap by over 50 percent If current revenue trends continue, next fiscal year's projected budget gap would further narrow ALBANY, NY | October 31, 2023 — Following the release of the Mid-Year Update to the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Plan this week, [...]

July Cash Receipts Remain Steady for Third Straight Month

For Immediate Release: August 16, 2023 Media Contact: [email protected] July Cash Receipts Remain Steady for Third Straight Month "Three months of strong tax receipts confirm State economy remains robust & align with improving economic forecasts" ALBANY, NY | August 16, 2023 — The State Comptroller released its July Cash Report today, showing that July tax receipts came in over projections and over July 2022 levels: July 2023 receipts: $7.75 billion July 2023 projections: $6.87 [...]

2023-09-06T13:41:36-04:00August 16th, 2023|Financial Plans & Cash Reports, Press Releases|

June Cash Receipts Continue to Stabilize Following April Volatility

The New York State Comptroller's June cash basis report shows that tax receipts for the month of June have stabilized after a shortfall in April. The stable June receipts confirm that New York’s tax base and economy remain strong, and that shortfalls in April reflected weaker-than-expected capital gains in tax year 2022 rather than an imminent downturn.

Fiscal Year 2024 Enacted Budget Financial Plan Analysis

New outyear budget gaps in the fiscal year 2024 Enacted Budget Financial Plan reflect heightened pessimism about the state’s economic trajectory by the State’s Division of Budget (DOB). While all economic projections are highly uncertain, the State is well-equipped to weather economic turbulence if these projections do materialize.

May Cash Receipts Begin to Stabilize Following April Volatility

Following the release of the State Comptroller's May Cash Report yesterday, Fiscal Policy Institute Executive Director Nathan Gusdorf today released the following statements: "The New York State Comptroller's May cash basis report shows that total tax receipts for fiscal year 2024 to date are 3.4 percent over the projections in the Enacted Budget financial plan, with Personal Income Tax receipts to date exceeding such projections by 5.5 percent."

Personal Income Tax Revenue Exceeds Projections in Mid-Year Financial Plan

In its Mid-Year Financial Plan Update, the New York State Division of the Budget (DOB) reported that tax revenues continue to exceed previous projections. Personal Income Tax (PIT) receipts continue to outperform expectations — bringing in $48.95 billion — nearly $2 billion more than projected in the enacted budget financial plan and $500 million more than projected in the first quarterly update to the financial plan. Through the first half of the fiscal year, PIT receipts exceeded enacted and first quarter projections by 17 percent and 8 percent, respectively.

2023-09-08T10:28:45-04:00November 30th, 2022|Economic Outlook, Financial Plans & Cash Reports|
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