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December 22, 2014

The Quarterly Summary of State and Local Government Tax Revenue provides quarterly estimates of state and local government tax revenue at a national level, as well as detailed tax revenue data for individual states. This quarterly survey has been conducted continuously since 1962. The information contained in this survey is the most current information available on a nationwide basis for government tax collections.

For more information about the survey, click here: About the Survey
For more information about how data are collected, click here: How Data are Collected

A Special Note Concerning Revised Data:
Revisions reflect tax collection amounts obtained from three general sources. State and local government respondents have submitted revisions to amounts as originally reported. In other cases, governments have reported data, which we used to replace data that were previously imputed or estimated. Finally, some of the revisions were compiled from government sources, both published and unpublished.

The Y-axis for the line charts may be truncated to prevent flattening of the lines or to present the complete range of data.

Source: Quarterly Summary of State & Local Taxes (Definitions)
Table 1 - Latest National Totals of State and Local Tax Revenue: U.S. Total — Not Seasonally Adjusted Total Taxes [Millions of Dollars]
Year 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter
1992 135,822 144,154 130,322 158,733
1993 144,699 150,412 139,186 159,318
1994 154,049 151,821 142,333 167,533
1995 157,896 161,701 149,534 178,442
1996 170,544 175,449 161,924 188,453
1997 180,444 186,031 170,327 197,603
1998 190,315 202,369 174,161 207,206
1999 196,889 208,627 183,337 223,852
2000 215,048 230,440 192,487 237,412
2001 222,853 235,918 195,374 240,101
2002 221,818 230,568 200,908 250,397
2003 227,915 229,583 218,266 268,473
2004 245,894 253,143 230,688 295,676
2005 268,565 289,080 251,878 320,314
2006 289,134 316,468 263,937 340,479
2007 305,855 336,925 273,650 358,394
2008 311,635 351,774 285,686 370,456
2009 305,960 314,608 271,984 372,468
2010 306,065 321,866 283,595 377,885
2011 NA NA NA NA
2012 NA NA NA NA
2013 NA NA NA NA
2014 NA NA NA NA
2015 NA NA NA NA
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Business & Industry | sssd.econ.data@census.gov |  Last Revised: March 26, 2014