New Tennessee Titans Stadium Tax Fund Projected To Collect $2.9B Over 34 years

A Sales Tax Fund Set To Pay For Nashville Revenue Bonds On A Proposed New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium Is Expected To Collect $2.9 Billion Through 2056, According To Projections From Metro Nashville.

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Experts Expect Tennessee Tax Collections To Continue To Grow, But At Slower Rate

Tennessee’s Collection Of Taxes And Fees Are Expected To Continue To Rise Over The Next Two Years, But The Rate Of Increase Won’t Match Its Recent Record-Breaking Pace, According To Estimates From The University Of Tennessee’s Boyd Center For Business And Economic Research.

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Analysis: Who Really Pays In Tennessee’s Sports Stadium Sales Tax Zone Funding Scheme?

In Many Of The Cases, Rather Than Using Direct Funding Methods From City Or State Coffers, Tennessee Has Now Opted To Have A Portion Of Funding For The Bonds On Building Stadiums To Come From Sales Tax Zones. Those Funds Are Often Termed By Those Proposing Deals As User Fees. But Economists Say That Doesn’t Show The Full Impact.

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Officials Estimate Tennessee Titans Stadium Tax Fund Could Generate $70M Annually

A Tax Fund Scheduled To Pay Off Revenue Bonds From Nashville Toward A New $2.1 Billion Tennessee Titans Stadium And Available For Future Maintenance Costs Is Estimated To Generate Up To $70 Million Annually During The Titans’ New 30-Year Proposed Lease, Which Includes Three Additional Five-Year Team Options To Extend.

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Nashville Mayor’s Office Announces Tax Deal for $75M Fairgrounds Speedway Renovation

The Nashville Mayor’s Office Presented A Tax Deal For A $75 Million Renovation Of The Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway In Hopes Of Bringing A NASCAR Race Back To The Site. The Deal Is Similar To One Passed For The Tennessee Titans At Both Nissan Stadium And Proposed New $2.1 Billion Stadium Along With Bridgestone Arena, Geodis Park And Minor League Baseball Stadiums In Nashville, Knoxville And Chattanooga.

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TN Governor Bill Lee Given ‘D’ Grade By Cato Institute For Spending, Taxing Policies

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Was Given A “D” By The Cato Institute In Its Annual Fiscal Report Card On America’s Governors. Lee’s Ranking Was Based On His Spending And Taxing Record, Including This Year’s Budget, Which Included $500 Million Toward A New Titans Stadium.

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61% Of Tennessee Voters Oppose $500M In State Funds Going To New Titans Stadium

In A New Poll, 61% Of Likely Voters In Tennessee Oppose The State Giving $500 Million Toward A New Tennessee Titans Stadium.

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