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Data & Research
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Geography & Mapping
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Legislative Fiscal Impacts
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Necto Public Dashboard
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The S.C. Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office offers online solutions for accessing publicly sourced data. This is accomplished through the use of a business intelligence dashboard tool and ArcGIS Server.

Read more about RFA Online Analytics here.
 

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Necto Public Dashboard
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Recent Updates

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Presentations

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Upcoming Events

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May
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2021

SC 911 Advisory Committee Meeting

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Web Conference
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10:00 AM

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May
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20
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2021

Board of Economic Advisors Meeting

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1:00 PM

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May
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20
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Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Board Meeting

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Upon adjournment of BEA Meeting or 2:00 PM
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News and Press Releases
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April 8, 2021
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COLUMBIA, SC – The S.C. Board of Economic Advisors (BEA) voted Thursday to increase its revenue forecast for the current fiscal year ending June 30, 2021 as recent data showed economic activity did not fall as expected earlier in the fiscal year. The BEA had reduced its Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21 revenue estimate prior to the pandemic by $803.7 million in November 2020. Today’s action restored $610.4 million of that reduction.
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February 21, 2021
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COLUMBIA, SC – The S.C. Board of Economic Advisors (BEA) reported Friday the state's economic activity has preformed better than anticipated as tax
collections through January have outpaced projections for the current fiscal year by approximately $440.2 million.
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November 10, 2020
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COLUMBIA, SC – The S.C. Board of Economic Advisors (BEA) forecast Tuesday a modest revenue increase for next fiscal year as it recognized the COVID-19 pandemic has increased economic uncertainty and will continue to constrain the state's growth.