Volume 53, Number 30

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, July 28, 2016

Pickett beer tax revenue up for October

The Tennessee Malt Beverage Association released the figures of revenue received by each county and city that permits legal sale of beer.
Pickett County's beer tax revenue for October 2011 was at $24,228.25, up from last year's October 2010 revenue of $23,593.32.
The 2011 year-to-date for Pickett was $267,880.88, up from 2010 revenue year-to-date at $265,924.56. Overton County Oct. 2011 revenue slide to $9,932.35 from Oct. 2010 that was at $10,161,89. The year-to-date for Overton was up at $115,994.59. Fentress County's revenue was down in Oct. 2011 revenue at $15,299.90 and year-to-date at $179,673.00. Clay County also dropped slightly in the October 2011 revenue to $19,024.80 with year-to-date at $238,061.94. The beer tax revenue for Putnam County in Oct. 2011 was at $15662.61 and with year-to-date excessively decreasing to $185,366.85 from 2010's year-to-date that was at $213,178.04.
Beer tax collections are received from the 17% Wholesale Beer Tax as reported by the wholesale distribution, not individual outlets.

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