Taxable sales in Nevada jumped 7.6 percent in August over the same month a year ago, with strong gains reported in several sectors including sales of cars and durable goods.
Nevadans are continuing to spend more money.
Nevada businesses did well in May.
Taxable sales in Nevada shot up 10.4 percent in May over the same month a year ago, with sales of vehicles and durable goods posting double-digit gains.
Nevada consumers seem to be the engine driving the state’s economic recovery.
Taxable sales rose in March, despite a slowdown in Clark County spending.
December proved to be a good month for many Nevada businesses.
Nevada businesses continue to show signs of recovery.
Car sales and improved business at bars and restaurants are helping Nevada’s bottom line.