WHITE PLAINS 1% AHEAD OF LAST YEAR SALES TAX DOLLARS AFTER 4 MONTHS. COUNTY DOWN 1/2% AFTER 10 MONTHS

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WPCNR QUILL & EYESHADE. From the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance. November 20, 2015:

NEW YORK STATE RELEASED OCTOBER SALES TAX RECEIPTS FIGURES TODAY AND WHITE PLAINS HAD A SOLID OCTOBERР RECEIPTS INCREASING 7.1% ($284,780 MORE THAN OCTOBER 2014). 

THROUGH FIRST 4 MONTHS OF THE WHITE PLAINS FISCAL YEAR, THE CITY IS UP 1% OVER JULY THROUGH OCTOBER OF LAST YEAR. $16.7 MILLION TO 16.5 MILLION. 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY IS DOWN .O4 OF A PERCENTAGE POINT AFTER COMPLETING 10 MONTHS OF ITS FISCAL YEAR, RECEIVING $412.1 MILLION IN SALES TAX RECEIPTS JANUARY THROUGH OCTOBER COMPARED TO $413,871,324 IN JANUARY THROUGH OCTOBER IN 2014

IF COUNTY COLLECTS THE $90 MILLION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER THAT THEY EARNED LAST HOLIDAY SEASON THE COUNTY IS ON TARGET TO JUST ABOUT BREAK EVEN WITH WHAT THEY RECEIVED IN SALES TAX RECEIPTS IN 2014 ($503,802,272).

 

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