Volume 51, Number 42

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 16, 2014

Pickett beer tax revenue for September at $24,897.94

The Tennessee Malt Beverage Association, Inc., based out of Nashville, has released the latest figures of revenue received by each county and city that permits legal sale of beer.
Pickett County's beer tax revenue for September 2011 is $24,897.94, slightly down from September 2010 of $27,262.38. Year to date revenue in Pickett County is $243,652.63, up from 2010's revenue of $242,331.24. September's 2011 revenue for Fentress County was $19,186.69 with a year to date of $164,373.10. Overton County Sept. 2011 revenue at 11,980.26 and year to date at $106,062.24.
Along with Pickett, Clay was up this 2011 year to date revenue of $219,037.14 from 2010 at $216,047.23. Putnam County dropped from 2010's year to date collection of $193,473.63 to this year to date 2011 of $169,704.24 Tennessee city and county collection for Sept. 2011 year to date total is $15,583,358.41, which has increased from last years 2010 year to date total of $15,474,079.83.
Beer tax collections are received from the 17% Wholesale Beer Tax as reported by the wholesale distribution, not individual outlets.

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