Statewide taxable sales totaled $3.78 billion in April, an increase of 7.3 percent over the same month in 2012.
Carson City didn’t share in the wealth, reporting sales ticking down about 0.3 percent to $63.47 million.
City Finance Director Nick Providenti told city officials he thinks the figure is probably distorted because of out-of-state sales that beefed up last April’s report. Out-of-state sales tax revenues may be reported in one county but are apportioned under a state formula to all counties, so while those sales increased the capital’s total taxable sales, Carson didn’t get all the money.
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