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    Tax Data Comparison

    Quick question.   I understand that the tax models are generalizations and probably Copernican in nature; however, there appears to have been a overall and substantial drop in taxes per employee ac...

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    jdunhamny commented,

    can someone send me the same spreadsheet that y'all sent Jimmy - or a newer one if at all available. Thanks

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    Balancing Problem

    We are calculating the total impact of the sugar industry.  There are three sectors in the model (9, 74, 75).  We have taken the employment numbers for each state from IMPLAN (2016) and ran them th...

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    Problem with Arms and Ammunition Data for 2016 Release

    We have found a problem in the output data for sectors 257 and 259.  The BEA has reported a 27 percent increase in arms and ammunition output between 2014 and 2016.   Output in the IMPLAN data for ...

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    jdunhamny commented,

    Im not sure that answers the question that we have. Poultry processing is a manufacturing sector and should be be impacted by the Census of Agriculture. It seems as if there was a huge jump in ou...

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    Poultry Processing

    We are trying to compare output/employee numbers for poultry processing (sector 92) between the 2014 and 2012 data sets and have found the o/e figures have dropped by about 25 percent between these...

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    Giant Negative Value Added

    I am working with the 2014 state data. In the state of Idaho for Sector 21 - Extraction of Natural Gas Liquids, the Industry Production data suggests that the Value Added Coefficient is -1.715897....

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    jdunhamny commented,

    so right now we are dividing sales by output per employee on margins NO and getting a number of jobs then running that number through the same sector with margins YES Is that what i have to do? A...

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    Is there anyplace in IMPLAN where I can actually find these retail margins. I have sales data for a large number of segments in every state and need to find out the retailing impact for them. If...

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    jdunhamny commented,

    Thanks - that was what I thought - got to love the BEA. I figured that I had to come up with some sort of combination of sectors.