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Oklahoma's revenue collections post gain in March

Corporate income tax collections and gross production tax collections on natural gas led Oklahoma's revenue growth, the state treasurer says.
BY MICHAEL MCNUTT Modified: April 3, 2013 at 8:52 pm •  Published: April 4, 2013

Increased corporate tax collections and a stabilizing natural gas market helped Oklahoma's revenue tax collections' record growth in March, although consumers may be showing signs they are wary of the national economic climate, state Treasurer Ken Miller said Wednesday.

After falling far below prior year collections each month for more than a year, gross production tax collections in March were almost $67 million, or near where they were during March last year, Miller said.

“The natural gas market has stabilized somewhat and prices have risen by about 30 percent from their low,” Miller said. “We are seeing those improved market conditions reflected in our collections.”

Gross income tax collections showed growth of more than 7 percent during the month, with strong corporate collections.

The Oklahoma Tax Commission recorded a 6 percent increase in the number of corporations filing estimated payments in March and corporate tax collections were up by almost 32 percent compared with last year, he said.

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