New fiscal year begins with strong sales tax results for Oklahoma City

Published Wednesday, July 11, 2018
by William Crum

Busy streets, busy shops, and the hustle and bustle of metro area commerce are no illusion, judging from Oklahoma City's latest sales tax numbers.

The city of Oklahoma City took in $39,842,000 the last two weeks of May and first two weeks of June, the time frame for this week's July sales tax report.

Results reflect underlying growth of 8 percent in economic activity over July 2017.

Read the full article in The Oklahoman.

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