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VOL. 127 | NO. 241 | Tuesday, December 11, 2012

November Revenue Collections Higher Than Last Year

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee Finance Commissioner Mark Emkes says the state's overall revenue collections for November are slightly more than they were this time last year.

Emkes said Tuesday that November collections were $768.2 million, which is 0.35 percent above last November.

He said November collections for this year were $17 million less than the budgeted estimate, and the general fund fell short by $13.6 million.

Emkes said the numbers continue to indicate this will be a "moderate growth year."

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PROPERTY SALES 77 435 9,569
MORTGAGES 104 511 11,314
FORECLOSURE NOTICES 3 77 1,634
BUILDING PERMITS 196 1,045 20,310
BANKRUPTCIES 44 275 6,437
BUSINESS LICENSES 21 134 3,446
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