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Angelou Study

  1. 1. competitive analysis market ready strategies & targeting Economic Impact of Key Businesses near DFW Presented to: Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce May 2010
  2. 2. Operations Construction $322.2 million $109 million $122 million $37.8 million State & Local Taxes Federal Taxes <ul><li>Tax revenues from these businesses average nearly $445 million annually for Dallas County, the State of Texas, and the United States </li></ul><ul><li>The one-time construction of facilities for these businesses drew nearly $150 million additional tax dollars </li></ul>Source Tax Base $444.2 million $146.8 million Total Taxes
  3. 3. Inputs All inputs are based upon data provided by the Greater Irving – Los Colinas Chamber of Commerce Inputs apply to the local facility and exclude operations taking place in other locations Business Employees Square Footage Valuation 1 Aviall 790 365,000 $720,000,000 2 ExxonMobil 300 357,000 $45,200,000 3 Fluor 200 140,000 $18,300,000 4 Flowserve 300 125,000 $1,800,000 5 NEC 1,515 535,000 $11,000,000 6 Nokia 1,700 292,000 $35,000,000 7 NCH Corp. 630 285,000 $14,200,000 8 Microsoft 1,350 423,000 $61,100,000 9 RIM 200 460,000 $59,900,000 10 Citi 1,120 861,000 $100,000,000 11 Allstate 1,650 130,000 $13,700,000
  4. 4. Jobs – All direct and indirect job figures are full-time equivalents. Wages increase 2.5% annually from 2008 to 2017. Retail Spending – Direct effect includes the additional personal purchases by employees and households. Indirect retail comes from suppliers and general multiplier effect. Multipliers – Multipliers were derived from the IMPLAN input-output model and customized by AngelouEconomics based on project specific data provided by IEDP. Assumptions to the model are made using background research on Texas or U.S. economic data. The multipliers were calculated for each individual industry under consideration. Taxable Retail Sales – The model assumes 80% of wages translates to disposable income and that 30% of disposable income is spent on taxable retail sales. Construction – Building construction impacts and sales tax estimates were calculated for the project. Building materials are considered taxable. Property Tax – Applicable tax rates were used for property tax calculations; appropriate depreciation effects and abatements were considered for commercial RP/BPP Terminology and Methods

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