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Posted on: May 29, 2019

May 2019 Sales Tax Report

May2019SalesTaxReport

  • May receipts totaled $187,854, which is an INCREASE of $3,955 from May 2018, or up 2.2%.  Please look at the Graph II, “May 1% Sales Tax 10 Year History” in the attached report.
  • Sales tax receipts are up 3.7 percent for the first five months of 2019, or $845,711, which is $30,204 over the first five months total in 2018 of $815,508.
  • On a straight-line projection, sales tax budgeted for FY2019, with only five months reported, would project at $2,029,708 or $74,619 over our FY2018 actual amount of $1,955,089.
  • Also, on a straight-line projection sales tax budgeted for FY2019, with only five months reported, would project at $98,608 over our budgeted amount of $1,931,100; this would be 5.1 percent higher than the budget.
  • May 2019 amount is the second highest dollar amount for the month of May in the past ten years (see bar chart “May 1% Sales Tax 10 Year History).
  • The Compensating Use sales tax portion made up 10 percent of the $187,854 total ($18,788).  See the bar chart on page three, “2019 Sales Tax – One Percent General Fund/Compensating Use Sales Tax and Sales Tax.”


May 2019 Sales Tax Report
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