The Economic and Revenue Forecast Council produces seventeen (17) publications a year. This includes:
- A monthly update on the economy and revenue collections (12).
- A quarterly forecast publication (4).
- An annual study of Washington’s economic climate (1).
If you are looking for historical publications that are not available on our website, please use the Feedback form and we will forward you electronic copies of those documents.
|Quarter||Quarterly Publication||Monthly Updates|
|March 2021||March 2021 Economic and Revenue Forecast||April 2021 Economic and Revenue Update|
|November 2020||November 2020 Economic and Revenue Forecast||
March 2021 Economic and Revenue Update
February 2021 Economic and Revenue Update
January 2021 Economic and Revenue Update
December 2020 Economic and Revenue Update
Monthly Economic and Revenue Updates
In order to promote the free flow of information the agency distributes a monthly Economic and Revenue Update.
The staff of the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council prepares a publication to update the members of the Council and the Work Group on current conditions.
RCW 82.33.040 requires the agency to provide revenue collection information the first business day following the conclusion of each collection period (currently 10th of each month, however this will be changing in the spring of 2018 due to availability of revenue data).
This page will include these monthly reports for the current forecast period. The forecast is revised each quarter.
Quarterly Economic and Revenue Forecast Publication
Each quarter the staff of the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council prepares a publication that goes in depth into the assumptions and data used in the quarterly forecasts.
Each publication updates the track record of the forecast (found in Chapter 3).
A popular data set available in this publication is the selected inflation indicators. Please note that Washington does not have its’ own Consumer Price Index (CPI), the closest representation to a “Washington CPI” is the Seattle Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) which includes Seattle, Tacoma, and Bremerton. The inflation indicators are found in the Appendix section.
For earlier additions up to 2002, please visit our Archives.
For anything older than 2002, please contact us using our "Feedback" form and in the "Comments/Questions" box put the publications month and year that you are looking for.