Anderson County Texas Sales Tax Revenues Up
- Jun 21, 2012 | Susan McLain
The past 26 consecutive months have shown steady sales tax growth in Texas, according to Texas State Comptroller Susan Combs. State sales tax revenue was up 7.3 percent for May 2012 collections over May 2011.
Anderson County received $189,259, an increase of “…$15,951, or 9.2 percent over last year’s June payment of $173,308.” So far this year, the County has continued to show strong overall growth with an increase of 11.40 percent over 2011 payments.
The following cities also showed sales tax revenue increases:
- Palestine - .14 percent increase
- Elkhart – 29.55 percent increase
The City of Franklin showed a 6.16 percent decrease.