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State Revenues for December

State Revenues for December

TSEA January 19, 2018 Comments Off on State Revenues for December

The state has announced total tax revenues for December 2017 were $1.4 billion, which is $171.6 million more than this year’s budgeted estimate and $139.9 million more than December 2016. The FY18 year-to-date revenues for

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State Revenues for November

State Revenues for November

TSEA December 15, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for November

The state has announced total tax revenues for November 2017 were $957.3 million, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year (5.55 percent higher) but is $4.1 million less than this year’s budgeted

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State Revenues for October

State Revenues for October

TSEA November 17, 2017 Comments Off on State Revenues for October

The state has announced total tax revenues for October 2017 were $1.0 billion, which exceeded revenues from the same month last year but is $1.3 million less than this year’s budgeted estimate. The FY18

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Want a Pay Raise?

Want a Pay Raise?

TSEA November 13, 2014 0

Do you want a pay raise? If so, click here to join us in asking for one by signing our petition to the Governor. Over the last four years state employees have met Governor Haslam’s challenge

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IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED BY ALL STATE EMPLOYEES: STATE EMPLOYEE RAISES PROPOSED IN NEW BUDGET PLAN

IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED BY ALL STATE EMPLOYEES: STATE EMPLOYEE RAISES PROPOSED IN NEW BUDGET PLAN

TSEA April 9, 2014 0

A budget plan that includes raises and a bonus for state employees will be presented Thursday by a bipartisian group of House members. Please contact your Legislators immediately to show support for this plan.

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Legislative Update – April 7, 2014

Legislative Update – April 7, 2014

TSEA April 7, 2014 0

As referenced in our recent Call to Action, the Tennessee General Assembly will be reviewing the Governor’s supplemental budget this week for final budget passage by the end of the week. The supplemental budget

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