We discuss recent data concerning November cap-and-trade auction results.
We discuss the distinctions between our personal income and personal income tax projections.
Preliminary tax agency data on November 2015 revenue collections has been received.
What are the different charges on a California property tax bill?
We briefly review the data concerning possible overheating in the state's housing market.
Our Fiscal Outlook assumes continued growth in assessed values.
The expiration of the Proposition 30 sales tax increase affects the sales tax projections in our new Fiscal Outlook publication.
In conjunction with the November 2015 edition of our Fiscal Outlook, we update our estimates for the revenue effects of Proposition 30 (2012).
A note discussing how we think of the scenarios in the new LAO Fiscal Outlook.
Preliminary data has been released by the state's tax agencies concerning October 2015 state revenue collections.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released employment data for the nation's metropolitan regions through September 2015. Bay Area metro regions continue to be among the nation's leaders in terms of job growth.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its updated states' "U-6" measure (a broad measure of the unemployed, underemployed, and those who are not looking but who want a job") through the third quarter of 2015.
The state's Employment Development Department has released job data for September 2015.
Personal income tax collections in September were hundreds of millions above the Governor's projections for the month.
In its morning session on October 6, the California Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in a key state tax case, Gillette Company et al., v. Franchise Tax Board.