Wilson County’s sales tax revenues in November dipped a bit compared to the month prior, but remained significantly higher than the same time a year ago.
The Tennessee Department of Revenue released Wednesday sales tax collections for Wilson County that showed totals for November, at just more than $3.03 million, decreased more than $300,000 compared to October’s $3.37 million, but were almost even with September’s $3.04 million and lower than August’s $3.4 million. It was significantly lower than July’s $3.62 million, slightly lower than June’s $3.1 million and April’s $3.16 million, and higher than May’s nearly $3 million, March’s $2.66 million and February’s $2.68 million.
The year started on a high with $3.87 million collected in January due to leftover revenues from holiday shopping.
Compared to a year ago, Wilson County’s sales tax revenues for November increased by more than $300,000.
Lebanon again led the way with the highest amount of sales tax collections among Wilson County cities with about $1.56 million in November.
Mt. Juliet’s collections were $1.1 million in November, and Watertown had more than $20,000.
Collections in unincorporated areas of Wilson County, at nearly $341,000, were down about $59,000 compared to October.