The Nebraska Department of Revenue’s Net Taxable Sales Report, comparing January 2010 to January 2009, shows Cass County with a 7.3% sales decrease to $6,883,566. In the Plattsmouth city limits, January sales were up just under a percentage point to $3,600,046.
The Cassgram reports the December ‘09 report had Cass County with a 14.1% sales decrease and Plattsmouth unchanged from a year earlier.
Statewide, January 2010 taxable sales were 0.9% lower than the previous year.
The January report for neighboring counties: Otoe [-4.8%], Lancaster [-7.5%], Saunders [-0.7%] and Sarpy [-7.6%].
Nearby cities: Ashland [+7.4%], Syracuse [+7.3%], Papillion [+2.7%], Bellevue [-2.6%] and Nebraska City [-6.7%].
Sales tax amounts that the state remitted back to Cass County communities during January 2010 with January 2009 amounts in [ ]: Plattsmouth $44,383 [$45,111], Louisville $10,733 [$12,948], Weeping Water $6,251 [$6,137], Eagle $5,526 [$5,955], Greenwood $3,707 [$2,918] and Elmwood $2,047 [$1,989].
The NDR’s January Net Taxable Motor Vehicle Sales Report has Cass County with a 9.9% decrease when compared to the same month in 2009. Motor vehicle sales totaled $2,789,253.
The statewide vehicle sales report shows a 13% decrease when compared with January of the previous year.
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