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RHODE ISLAND cash collections in November increased 1.9 percent year over year to $265.9 million. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES

R.I. cash collections up 1.9% in Nov.

PROVIDENCE – General revenues collection in Rhode Island totaled $265.9 million in November, a 1.9 percent increase year over year from $260.9 million in...
NEW FACE: Senate President Dominick J. Ruggerio, center, speaks with Sen. Dennis L. Algiere, R-Charlestown, and Sen.-elect Jessica de la Cruz, a Republican who will represent North Smithfield, Burrillville and Glocester, during an orientation for new members in the Senate chambers at the Statehouse.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lawmakers have returned to tackle a host of familiar issues

The General Assembly reopened Jan. 1 with a new configuration of legislators facing many of the same issues that have been circulating in the...

DOR: 1% meal and beverage tax collections total $2.1M in Sept.

PROVIDENCE – Allocation of the local 1 percent meal and beverage tax totaled $2.1 million in September, a 19.2 percent decline year over year...
LOCAL 1 PERCENT hotel tax collections totaled $627,575 in September, an 8.5 percent increase from September 2017. Collections from realtors and homeowners totaled $139,323 for the month, a 76.2 percent year over year increase. / COURTESY DURKIN COTTAGE REALTY

1% hotel tax collections jump up in Sept.

PROVIDENCE – Collection of the 1 percent hotel tax in Rhode Island in September totaled $627,575, an 8.5 percent increase from the year prior,...
RHODE ISLAND'S 5 PERCENT hotel tax collections totaled $3.2 million in August. The Omni Providence Hotel, pictured above, accounted for $73,587 of the tax collection for the month. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

5% hotel tax collection stays level at $3.2M in Aug.

PROVIDENCE - Collection of the 5 percent hotel tax in August totaled $3.21 million, a 1 percent increase from $3.18 million the year prior,...
LOCAL 1 PERCENT hotel tax collections totaled $723,186 in August, a 6 percent decline from the previous year. Collections from realtors and homeowners totaled $81,638 for the month. / COURTESY DURKIN COTTAGE REALTY

Collection of 1% hotel tax $723.2K in Aug.

PROVIDENCE – Collection of the 1 percent hotel tax in August in Rhode Island totaled $723,186, a 6 percent decline year over year from...
REVENUE COLLECTION in Rhode Island fiscal year to date in October was 0.8 percent less than budget estimates.

Fiscal year-to-date revenue collections 0.8% less than estimates through Oct.

PROVIDENCE – Fiscal-year-to-date revenue collections in Rhode Island through October totaled $1.18 billion, 0.8 percent less than revenue budget projections of $1.19 billion, according...
CASH COLLECTIONS in September totaled $391.3 million, a $74.7 million increase year over year.

DOR: R.I. cash collections rise $74.8M in Sept., reflecting business tax...

PROVIDENCE – Cash collections by the state for September totaled $391.3 million, a 23.6 percent increase year over year from one year prior, according...
SLOW SUMMER SPENDING at Rhode Island restaurants is reflected in a year-to-date decline in the collections of the 1 percent meal and beverage tax through August for fiscal 2019, according to the state Department of Revenue. / COURTESY HEMENWAY’S/LUCAS PRESTON

R.I. 1% meal and beverage tax collection falls to $3.1M in...

PROVIDENCE – Collection of the 1 percent meal and beverage tax in Rhode Island in August declined 8.3 percent year over year to $3.1...
RHODE ISLAND'S 5 PERCENT hotel tax collections totaled $3.1 million in July. The Omni Providence Hotel, pictured above, accounted for $76,220 of the tax collection for the month. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

R.I. 5% hotel tax totals $3.1M in July

PROVIDENCE - Collection of the 5 percent hotel tax in Rhode Island totaled $3.1 million in July, a 1.3 percent increase year over year...
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