A record year of Wall Street profits and large bonuses will boost New York’s tax revenue but won’t erase the state’s fiscal problems, Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli warned yesterday.

Cash bonuses paid to securities professionals for 2009 are projected to reach $20.3 billion, a 17% increase over 2008 as Wall Street profits are forecast to hit a record $55 billion.

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