WASHINGTON — Despite a recent 37% surge in federal non-withheld income tax revenues, a new Rockefeller Institute study warns that the tax data may be deceiving and not equate to a rapidly recovering economy.

“States with income taxes will have a little joy, perhaps a little sorrow, and an abundance of uncertainty,” wrote Institute researchers Don Boyd and Lucy Dadayan.

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