Retail sales were up locally south of the metro.
The Nebraska Department of Revenue’s Net Taxable Sales Report, comparing January 2012 to January 2011, shows Cass County with a 4.0% sales increase to $7,519,723. In the Plattsmouth city limits, January sales were up 2.3% to $3,496,402.
(The December ’11 report had Cass County with a 0.4% sales increase and Plattsmouth with a 3.8% increase from a year earlier.)
The Cassgram shows that statewide, January 2012 taxable sales were 6.6% higher than in 2011.
The January report for neighboring counties: Otoe [+13.3%], Lancaster [+8.2%], Saunders [+3.7%] and Sarpy [+0.9%].
Nearby cities: Ashland [-4.1%], Bellevue [+6.1%], Nebraska City [+8.7%], Papillion [+5.0%], Springfield [+11.3%] and Syracuse [+13.6%].
---The NDR’s January Net Taxable Motor Vehicle Sales Report said Cass County recorded a 3.4% increase when compared to the same month in 2011. Taxable motor vehicle sales totaled $4,464,289.
The statewide vehicle sales report showed a 19.2% increase when compared with January of the previous year.
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