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Analyst: Budget Writers Should Be 'Cautious' In Light Of Revenue Picture04:19

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After several months of disappointing tax returns, Massachusetts is ending its fiscal year on an upswing. State revenue figures released Monday show the state took in $30 million more than anticipated last month — about 1.6 percent more than projected.

Still, with just a month left in the fiscal year, overall revenue collections are 1.9 percent lower than projected.

Noah Berger, of the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center, joined Morning Edition to discuss.

This segment aired on June 6, 2017.


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