Culinary readies $80 million strike fund

Whaley, Sean
September 2007
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);9/10/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 37, p8
The article reports on the level of spending among consumers in the state of Nevada, according to the latest figures from the Nevada Department of Taxation. A decline of 0.3 percent in taxable sales was posted in June 2007, according to the department. Information is presented on the impact of the sales tax decline on the sales and use tax revenue of the state.


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