Puerto Rico’s general fund revenues from July through April total $6.4 billion, $105 million above budgeted estimates due to strong business tax and excise tax collections.

Puerto Rico receives most of its tax receipts in April. The government collected $1.35 billion of tax revenue in April, which is $93 million more than budgeted projections, according to a monthly revenue report compiled by the Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico.

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