It’s nice to celebrate good news, and the fact that sales tax revenues increased over 4% in Enid last year — despite a pandemic year full of economic struggles — is good news indeed.
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Oklahoma received some good news and bad news recently in terms of revenue.
Despite a sharp downturn in oil and gas production tax collections, Oklahoma's economy displayed signs of resiliency in June, State Treasurer …
Measures affecting crime victims' rights, eye care and school funding are among five state questions Oklahomans will decide in the Nov. 6 general election.
Still, state and local leaders should use these funds wisely because you never know when the next economic emergency will materialize.
Enid sales are up $7.2 million, or 10.4 percent, from sales reported in July 2017, according to Oklahoma Tax Commission reports released this month. Overall, year to date, retail sales are up 4.2 percent.
Springtime brings many things, from proverbial showers to birds chirping and warmer weather. It also signals tax season is upon us once more.