NCSL is tracking the budgetary and economic consequences of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This page summarizes revenue shortfalls and revised estimates by state and fiscal year.
NCSL Fiscal Briefs are snapshots of timely state budget and tax issues. The June Fiscal Brief explains how even healthy rainy day funds are not immune from the ill effects of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Forty-six states will begin fiscal year (FY) 2021 on July 1, 2020. New York began its fiscal year on April 1, Texas begins its fiscal year on Sept. 1 and Alabama and Michigan begin theirs on Oct. 1. This webpage contains the current status of state budget enactments.
As the global and national response to coronavirus (COVID-19) dominates public attention, state legislatures are taking steps to address budgetary and economic threats. This page outlines state legislation to prepare and respond to the coronavirus through supplemental appropriations, rainy day fund transfers and economic measures.
NCSL provides searchable databases on fiscal issues, including a recently released COVID-19 Legislation Tracking Database. Other databases include Tax Incentive Evaluations, State Tax Actions and Pension Legislation.
Escape the annual budget bubble with data and expert insights from Fiscal 50, an interactive tool from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
One of eight standing committees, Budgets and Revenue is responsible for protecting the states' interests in federal decisions regarding fiscal matters including annual action on the federal budget.