N.Y. Comptroller: Tax Revenues 'Highly Variable'

Chin, Tonya
August 2012
Bond Buyer;8/21/2012, Vol. 381 Issue 33768, p5
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the tax revenue collections of New York for the month of July 2012 that were reportedly close to the expected levels but still were highly variable in some values according to data presented by Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.


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