Statewide taxable sales drop 10.9 percent in November

Robison, Jennifer
February 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);2/9/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 6, pP14
The article addresses the decline of statewide taxable sales in Nevada in November 2008. According to a report from the Department of Taxation, positive results in taxable sales among construction firms, book and hobby stores, food and beverage shops and accommodations did not compensate declines in economic activity in the state's restaurants, furniture shops, car dealerships and clothing stores. Furthermore, the report revealed that state revenue collections from sales and use taxes in November totaled to $251.6 million.


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