Over the past month, the state Division of Financial Management says tax revenue jumped 13.2 percent more than the state anticipated. That $56.4 million boost marks the fourth month in a row that state revenue has topped its forecast.
With only a few months left in the fiscal year, it's now extremely likely Idaho will take in more revenue than it predicted months ago.
Overall, Idaho has booked about $2.3 billion in receipts so far this fiscal year. That's about 3.5 percent higher than expectations.
Last month individual income taxes came in $35 million above target, while state sales taxes exceeded expectations by $3.5 million. Corporate income taxes were $14.4 million above projections.