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Mar 07, 2019
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
“It is good news that tax revenue collections exceeded the monthly estimates,” said McAnneny. “But caution remains the key word for the rest of the fiscal year because revenues remain below projections for the year.”
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Mar 07, 2019
PENSIONS
The Economies of Massachusetts Municipalities Grew by 4.2% in Fiscal Year 2018, the Highest Rate of Increase Since 2008.
PENSIONS
Feb 06, 2019
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation President Eileen McAnneny today reacted to the preliminary tax revenue totals announced yesterday by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, which fell short of the year-to-date tax benchmarks by $403 million.
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Feb 04, 2019
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2020
Governor Baker released a spending plan that totals $47.5 billion which includes both pre-budget transfers and line-item appropriations for fiscal year (FY) 2020. The proposal is noteworthy for the inclusion of several policy initiatives along with...
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2020
Jan 30, 2019
TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION
Jan 01, 2019
PUBLIC FINANCE > Municipal
PUBLIC FINANCE > Municipal
Dec 14, 2018
TRANSPORTATION
The Commission’s work is grounded in what was learned through extensive reading of articles and reports, public input both written and from five Listening Sessions, expert presentations, and the knowledge, experience, and expertise of the Commission...
TRANSPORTATION
Dec 05, 2018
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Tax revenues will increase by approximately $680 million, or 2.4 percent, to $29.47 billion in fiscal 2020 according to a new forecast released today by the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation at the state’s annual consensus revenue hearing.
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Nov 16, 2018
ECONOMY
The Massachusetts Taxpayer’s Foundation (MTF) believes that all segments of our society must rally together to reverse the trends and relieve the human suffering and economic burden of this expanding epidemic. One way to increase cohesion and focus...
ECONOMY
Jul 26, 2018
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019
Today Governor Baker signed a $41.8 billion budget. The Governor exercised his veto powers by eliminating $48.9 million in spending while proposing amendments to 19 of the 110 policy sections included in the conference budget.
PUBLIC FINANCE > Budget > FY 2019