A blip on the radar or a sign of things to come?  That’s the question Georgia officials are asking after March tax revenues dropped 3% – some $83 million – from the same month in 2022.  The brunt of the decrease comes from a drop in individual income tax collections, while sales tax collections and corporate income tax collections remain strong.  Economists have warned of a bearish remainder of 2023 – for now a slow March has the state’s economy DRIFTING…

 

 

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