By Shauna Johnson
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – November was a “very good month” for tax collections in West Virginia, according to state Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss.
Overall, tax officials said collections were more than $30 million ahead of estimates for November or 11 percent better than projections. Compared with Nov. 2013, revenue collections were up by almost 15 percent.
“Obviously, we’ve still got seven months left, so we’ve got long ways to go,” Kiss...