Electronic tax

January sales tax collection increase for Pottawatomie County

Pottawatomie County sales tax collections start 2022 on a positive note, as this month’s report shows a healthy increase over the same period last year.

Treasurer Wendy Magnus said this month’s collections were $ 852,289.47, up from the same month a year ago, when $ 774,554.01 was received – an increase of $ 77,735.46.

On average

According to an average of the last 10 years, the collections arrive approximately:

  • January – $ 698,290
  • December – $ 640,750
  • November – $ 645,100
  • October – $ 672,550
  • September – $ 665,000
  • August – $ 658,700
  • July – $ 639,500
  • June – $ 624,150
  • May – $ 636,950
  • April – $ 626,400
  • March – $ 590,950
  • February – $ 723,750

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End of the year

The overall totals for 2021 are higher than 2020, standing at $ 9,757,335.81. Comparing the 2020 figures, which were nearly $ 8.4 million, 2021 showed a significant increase of $ 1,385,643.65. Data from the last 10 years shows a steady increase in collections every year.

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