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Tax facts

The New York State Department of Taxation and Finance collects tax revenues that fund services and programs that benefit New Yorkers. As we continue to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, tax collections remain strong. Although collections decreased by $10 billion between fiscal years 2022 and 2023, they exceed amounts the department collected during pandemic years by more than $25 billion. 

Tax facts reports the Tax Department’s latest tax information and trends. The department compiles this information using state tax records, IRS data, U.S. Postal Service data, U.S. Census data, and various other state and national sources. Because tax data are based on previous years' returns, and returns can continue to flow in for years after a due date, some data may lag and require revision. The Tax Department collects and presents data in various ways (including tax year, calendar year, cumulative) to provide varied and current perspectives, which fulfill differing analytical purposes and reporting requirements.

For more detailed data from the Tax Department, return to our Tax data portal. From there, you can easily access the department’s statistical reports, filtered data on the state's Open Data NY website, Municipal Profiles, and more.

Tax data profiles

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Personal income tax

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Corporate taxes

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Sales and transaction taxes

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Property tax

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Department operations

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