New York State Tax revenue hits $84.4 billion in first nine months of fiscal year

New York State Tax revenue hits $84.4 billion in first nine months of fiscal year

New York State Tax revenue soared to $84.4 billion in the first nine months of the fiscal year, $12.9 billion more than forecast, bolstered by a business tax in April as a workaround for federal limits on state and local tax deductions, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said.

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According to a news release Friday evening, DiNapoli said New York collected $10.2 billion from a pass-through entity tax. He cautioned that taxpayers paying the pass-through tax are expected to reduce their personal income tax payments by similar amounts, and the December results may not reflect those offsetting reductions, which affects our revenue picture. He urged Governor Kathy Hochul, who will introduce her first budget Tuesday, and the state Legislature to act prudently.

The state's economy and finances continue to recover and DiNapoli said in the release that tax collections performed well in December. There is uncertainty about the impact of the ongoing Covid 19 surge, economic risks, and the need for continued financial support for those still struggling to find their footing. As part of Trump's 2017 tax cuts, the federal government limited the deductions for individuals, known as SALT, to $10,000. In order to get around the limits, higher tax states like Connecticut, New Jersey and New York enacted pass-through entity taxes, allowing certain taxpayers to make state business tax payments that are deductible from federal taxes, rather than making state income tax payments that aren't deductible.

New York's personal income tax receipts for the first three quarters totaled $49 billion and continue to exceed the most recent projections by $1.9 billion, DiNapoli said. Income tax revenue has been boosted by a strong stock market and higher taxes on millionaires.

Wall Street's profits surged to $31 billion before taxes a year ago, a gain of 13% due to low interest rates and strong trading, underwriting and advisory activities.

New York ended the third quarter with a $30.7 billion surplus, $15.2 billion higher than the latest projections and $14.1 billion higher than last year.

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