by Ryan McMaken
New tax revenue data released by the Treasury Department on Monday shows that tax revenue further worsened in June (compared year over year) from May’s already cratering total.
On the plus side, neither May nor June has returned to April’s historic plunge in revenue.
As shown in June’s Monthly Treasury Statement, June’s total tax receipts were $240.8 billion. That was down 27.8 percent year over year, a decline from May’s year-over-year drop of 25 percent. This was nonetheless less of a plunge than April’s multidecade low in revenue growth, which hit –54.8 percent.