TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in May totaled $123.1 million, a 16% increase over the amount reported in May 2021. A one-ish-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so May’s number generally reflects sales in, give or take, April, i.e., the first month of the airport’s closure. For the fiscal year ending in May, all of Teton County’s taxable sales totaled $2.273 billion, 34% higher than during the previous 12 months and the county’s all-time record sales figure. This marks the 11th consecutive month in which fiscal year total taxable sales growth has been at least 20% higher than in the previous 12 months, and the 10th consecutive month they’ve been higher than 30%.

Source: State of Wyoming

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