NH revenues nearly $30 million ahead of schedule
Concord, NH -- The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration’s monthly revenue report for January shows that with just five months left in the fiscal year, revenues are nearly $30 million over the conservative revenue estimates backed by Senate Republicans.
“In January, New Hampshire experienced another month of positive revenue growth overall,” said Senator David Boutin (R-Hooksett). “Revenue numbers continue to come in just above our conservative estimates.“
“Month after month, we confirm that New Hampshire doesn’t have a revenue problem. In fact, we’re going to end January nearly $30 million ahead of our budget estimates. We have a spending problem, and the Governor and Legislature need to focus on ways to address overspending.”