Michigan – House Republicans Push To Shift Sales Tax Revenue From Pump To Roads

Breaking what had been near silence from House Republicans on road funding, a plan unveiled Thursday in an appropriations subcommittee is calling for sales tax paid at the pump to pay for repairs. The proposed plan is included in the Continue reading Michigan – House Republicans Push To Shift Sales Tax Revenue From Pump To Roads

Texas – State’s April Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.8 Billion

AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.8 billion in April, 3 percent more than in April 2018.  “State sales tax revenue continued to grow, but at a modest pace compared to recent months,” Hegar said. Continue reading Texas – State’s April Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.8 Billion

Pennsylvania – Raking In Millions More Than Expected In Internet Sales Tax Revenues

Pennsylvania is getting an unexpected windfall as internet sales tax revenues are coming in at a rate of nearly four times what had been projected for the current fiscal year. The state estimated about $50 million from the tax on Continue reading Pennsylvania – Raking In Millions More Than Expected In Internet Sales Tax Revenues

Arkansas – Northwest Sales Tax Revenue Flat In April Report

After solid gains of 5.3% in March, April sales tax revenue totaled $5.222 million, up just 0.43% from a year ago, according to reports from Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers and Springdale. Each city collects a local tax on goods and services. Continue reading Arkansas – Northwest Sales Tax Revenue Flat In April Report

Kansas – Independence Struggling To Get Sales Tax Revenue As Retail Stores Close

Zach Walker became the Independence city manager in 2016, and he says he’s been watching the decline of retail stores since. “CNBC forecast that through April of this year, over 6,000 stores nationwide had already closed. That’s in excess of Continue reading Kansas – Independence Struggling To Get Sales Tax Revenue As Retail Stores Close

Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

“This is the first November and first holiday season Alabama has been able to enforce is online sales tax collections”, as a result of this much more revenue is flowing into the state. this new enforcement also made is possible Continue reading Alabama – November’s Revenue Numbers Have Been Influenced Greatly By Online Sales Tax

Michigan – Sales Tax Revenue Shortfall

SALT Report 3810 – “Business taxes are among several economic variables that are directly affecting Michigan’s tax collections, said Jay Wortley, director of the state treasury’s Office of Revenue and Tax Analysis. He said a decline in U.S. corporate profits in Continue reading Michigan – Sales Tax Revenue Shortfall

Texas – Longview Sales Tax Revenues Continue to Slide

www.cbs19.tv November 6, 2015 “This calendar year, revenues in Longview are down about five percent from 2014. It’s a loss of about $1.5 million. Meanwhile, Tyler sales tax revenues are up 2 percent. Longview’s assistant to the city manager, Shawn Continue reading Texas – Longview Sales Tax Revenues Continue to Slide

Kansas – Gov. Sam Brownback’s Fantasyland vs. the Real Kansas Sales Tax Shortfall

www.kansascity.com by Yael T. Abouhalkah – November 5, 2015 “Sales tax revenue was up 4.1 percent in the United States for April through June 2015, the most recent months for which data are available. However, Kansas sales tax receipts fell Continue reading Kansas – Gov. Sam Brownback’s Fantasyland vs. the Real Kansas Sales Tax Shortfall