WHITE PLAINS RETAIL SALES UP 2.3% IN NOVEMBER–1% AHEAD OF 2014 PACE AFTER 5 MONTHS OF FISCAL YEAR. COUNTY WRAPPING UP YEAR DOWN 1/2% AFTER 11 MONTHS.

WPCNR QUILL & EYESHADE. From the New York State DEpartment of Taxation and Finance. December 23, 2015:

White Plains retail activity continued its gradual recovery in November posting a 2.3% gain in November 2015 over  November 2014, posting $4,212,720 in sales tax receipts, a $95,000 improvement over 2014.

The City, should it equal or top its record sales tax handle of $5,017,000 last December, will be up 1% in sales tax receipts after the first 6 months of the city fiscal year. $25,921,263 compared to $25,667590 after 6 months in 2014.

Westchester County sales tax receipts continued sluggish in November,down $823,860– 2% worse than November 2014. This sets up the County, should shopper activity rebound in December to match the $50.2 Million the county collected in December, 2014 to finish the 2015 budget year with $501,257,683–a ¬†1/2% decline from 2014.

 

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