Higher wages, new tax filers boost N.D.'s bottom line
BISMARCK — Higher wages and substantial growth in the number of new income tax filers in North Dakota helped push the state’s tax revenue about $400 million higher through June than during the first year of the previous two-year budget cycle.
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