Minnesota Budget Surplus Grows to $4.4 Billion; You're Owed Nearly $2,000

Minnesota Management and Budget announced on Monday that the government keeps overtaxing Minnesota taxpayers and has collected $800 Million more than projected for the current biennium. While the official books show a surplus (available balance) for Fiscal Year 2024-25, the state continues holding onto a historically high $2.852 Billion of our money for a rainy day, which should be added to the surplus. The total owed back to Minnesota taxpayers is $4.435 Billion.

You know as well as I do how much we're all struggling with this out-of-control inflation. Experts say the average household is paying almost $800 more per month for the same goods and services they paid in 2021. But that doesn't mean Governor Walz and the Democrat legislature will prioritize giving it back to us. With roughly 2.5 Million taxpayers in Minnesota footing the bill, each taxpayer is owed $1,760 back.

Could your family use that money???


Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.
  • Russell Jackson
    commented 2023-10-19 09:54:26 -0500
    Surplus must have come from all the weed sales in the state. Mabe some of the lottery money should be used to pay to fix up the governor’s mansion repairs. Cost overruns should have been caught when an estimate was done. I would guess the contractor is a buddy of Walz’s. When people asked me for a loan to fix up an old house, I told them that the cost would exceed the estimate by at least 40%. Because once you dig into the old walls, there are many surprises that need to be repaired to bring the renovation up to code. But Democrats are good at spending some else’s money.
  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2023-10-17 12:26:49 -0500