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Tax collections are 1.3 percent above estimates for the year, and November collections were $2.4 billion, according to figures released by Pennsylvania Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell.

Sales tax receipts and personal income taxes were below estimate for November, but corporate tax revenue, inheritance taxes and realty tax collections were above estimates.

Collections from other tax revenue remain below estimate for the year. Other taxes include cigarette, malt beverage, liquor and gaming taxes.

Collections in gas and diesel also remain below predictions for the year at $1.2 billion, 1.2 percent below estimates.

Overall total revenue for the General Fund through November is at $12.7 billion, 1.3 percent above estimates.