With Act 121 of 2014, the South Carolina Legislature established the Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office governed by the three appointed members of the Board of Economic Advisors. The Board of Economic Advisors, the Office of Research and Statistics, and the Office of State Budget, each previously under the Budget and Control Board, were combined under the 2014 Restructuring Act to form this agency. The Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office is responsible for providing a diverse set of economic data and research and analysis reports for the Governor, General Assembly, state and local government entities, and the private sector.

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  • FY 2017-18 Municipal Millage Rate Increase Limitations 

    South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-05-25)
    This paper lists millage the tax increase for municipalities for fiscal year 2017-18. It is broken down by municipality, population growth, population factor, CPI factor and millage rate increase limitation.
  • General fund revenue July Fiscal Year 2017-18 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors; South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-08-24)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received,
  • Fiscal Year 2016-2017 Accountability Report 

    South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017)
    The South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office reports to the Office of State Budget its annual accountability report that includes an executive summary, organizational profile including leadership system, program ...
  • Statewide average millage rate estimates 

    South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-04-11)
    This statistical sheet gives the statewide average millage rate estimates broken down by tax year, millage rate, applicable fiscal year and growth rate.
  • South Carolina General Fund Reveunue Monitor November Fiscal Year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors; South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2016-12-15)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received,
  • South Carolina General Fund Reveunue Monitor May Fiscal Year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors; South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-06-20)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received,
  • General fund revenue, December Fiscal Year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors; South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-01-26)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received,
  • General fund revenue, August Fiscal Year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors; South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office (South Carolina State Library, 2017-09-19)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received,
  • South Carolina general fund revenue, April Fiscal Year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors (South Carolina State Library, 2017-05-18)
    The South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office reported on the general fund revenue for Fiscal Year 2016-17.
  • South Carolina general fund revenue monitor March fiscal year 2016-17 

    South Carolina Board of Economic Advisors (South Carolina State Library, 2017-03)
    This document is a summary of revenues from various sources in the state as well as giving expected revenues, based on income, corporation and other taxes received.

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