Net revenue into the Puerto Rico Government’s general fund in September reached a total of $910.918 million, a reduction compared to 2020 and 2019. Revenue decreased by $24.928 million, or -2.6% compared to September 2020. Total general taxes went down by 6%, and these were lower mostly due to a 98% reduction in insurance premiums. For this fiscal year (from July to September) there is a total of $2.3 billion in net revenue. Compared to the total accumulated for fiscal year 2020 there is $24.928 less in revenue, a 2.7% reduction. Compared to the 2019 fiscal year there is 7.6% less revenue. Sectors like cement, tax withheld from non-residents, Sales and use Tax (SUT), and others had increases, however it’s mostly due to the restrictions that still existed in September 2020.
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