Navajo Nation Council approves sales tax hike
The Navajo Nation Council approved a 1 percent increase in the tribe's sales tax.

The tax rate is currently 3 percent. By raising it to 4 percent, the tribe hopes to generate an additional $4 million in revenue.

For the last fiscal year, the tax brought in $15.8 million.

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Navajo Nation Council approves increase in sales tax (AP 1/24)

Relevant Links:
Navajo Nation Council - http://www.navajonationcouncil.org

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