Dan Haug, Missouri state budget director, announced Jan. 7 that net general revenue collections for December 2020 increased 6.3 percent compared with those for December 2019, from $851 million this past year to $904.3 million this year.

Net general revenue collections for 2021 fiscal year-to-date increased 20.1 percent compared with December 2019, from $4.53 billion this past year to $5.44 billion this year.

• Individual income tax collections — increased 23.2 percent for the year, from $3.26 billion this past year to $4.02 billion this year; and increased 2.1 percent for the month.

• Sales and use tax collections — increased 3.6 percent for the year, from $1.14 billion this past year to $1.19 billion this year; and increased 5.9 percent for the month.

• Corporate income and corporate franchise tax collections — increased 36 percent for the year, from $269.6 million this past year to $366.7 million this year; and decreased 18.9 percent for the month.

• All other collections — increased 15.8 percent for the year, from $222.7 million this past year to $258 million this year; and decreased 1 percent for the month.

• Refunds — increased 5.9 percent for the year, from $367.4 million this past year to $389.2 million this year; and decreased 53.5 percent for the month.

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