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  • 1. Gary Sales Tax Revenue
    2008 – 2009 Comparison
    Figures sourced from:
    South Dakota Department of Revenue and Regulation
    Analysis Provided by Deuel Area Development
    Photo by Joyce Meyer
  • 2. Gary Sales Tax Revenue2009 (Jan – Dec)
    *Source: South Dakota Municipal Tax Reports for months outlined above. These numbers are estimates and do not include: Contractors Excise Tax, Audit Payments, Miscellaneous Payments, Deduction for Administrative Fee, and Deduction for Food Tax Refund.
  • 3. Gary Sales Tax Revenue2008 & 2009 Monthly Comparison
    *Source: South Dakota Municipal Tax Reports for months outlined above. These numbers are estimates and do not include: Contractors Excise Tax, Audit Payments, Miscellaneous Payments, Deduction for Administrative Fee, and Deduction for Food Tax Refund.
  • 4. Gary Sales Tax RevenueHistorical Comparison
    *Source: South Dakota Department of Revenue & Regulation Annual Report for years outlined above. Totals include sales, use and contractors’ excise tax revenue.
  • 5. Gary Sales Tax RevenueYearly Net Change
    *Source: South Dakota Department of Revenue & Regulation Annual Report for years outlined above. Totals include sales, use and contractors’ excise tax revenue.