The most recent information from the Florida Department of revenue shows that consumer spending in Leon County-as measured by taxable sales- was up in March by 3.5% when compared to spending one year ago. In absolute terms, spending in March 2023 was up $14.7 million to $439.2 million. These numbers are preliminary and are subject to revisions.
At the state level, Florida experienced a 7.1% increase in March spending when compared to last year.
The Taxable Sales Report below shows that Leon county’s aggregate spending over the last 12-months ($5.496 billion), as of March 2023, was 4.5% more than the aggregate 12-month spending reported in March 2022 ($5.257 billion).
At the state-level, annual spending as of March 2023 was up 11.2% when compared to annual spending one year ago.