For the third month in a row, Oklahoma sales tax collections have grown by double digits over the same month a year earlier, reports show.
By Michael McNutt | Published: April 11, 2012
Strong economic activity continues in Oklahoma based on March tax collections for the state's general fund, state finance officials said Tuesday.
For the third month in a row, sales tax collections increased by double digits over the same month a year earlier, according to reports released by the state finance office.
“Consumer confidence in Oklahoma is still riding high,” said Preston Doerflinger, who serves as secretary of finance and revenue on Gov. Mary Fallin's Cabinet. “This string of unusually strong sales tax receipts is perhaps the best evidence of the state's economic recovery from the national recession.” FULL ARTICLE
Wed, April 11, 2012
by John Cox