CHICAGO -- With income taxes boosting state revenues across the Midwest, Ohio, Nebraska and North Dakota all expect to have record-high rainy day funds heading into a new fiscal year.

Most of the states said the bulk of the higher-than-projected revenues came from income taxes. It’s probably a one-time boost, caused by  individuals and businesses making transactions in 2012 to sidestep rising 2013 federal tax rates.

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