Business Briefs for Dec. 1-3 | ParkRecord.com

Business Briefs for Dec. 1-3

Zagat says airport is No. 3; gluten free pizza available; Doug Wells gets nod from magazine; State says tax revenue up

Zagat: Salt Lake airport one of the best

Salt Lake City International Airport recently ranked third in the United States in a recent Zagat passenger survey for overall quality. Portland International Airport ranked first and Tampa International Airport ranked second.

Gluten-free pizza now locally available

The Gluten Free Bistro recently announced that the Park City Nick-N-Willys Pizza is carrying its pizza crust. To enjoy the product, order a gluten-free take-n-go pizza with no cheese and top at home.

Financial advisor called "top" in his field

Douglas Wells, a Park City resident and partner at Albion Financial Group, was recently name one to the "Top Financial Advisors in Utah" by Utah Business Magazine.

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Utah tax revenue up so far this year

Since the beginning of the fiscal year on July 1, Utah’s tax revenue has been up 22 percent over last year. Sales tax is up almost 25 percent, or $82 million. Individual income tax revenue is up nine percent, or $40 million. The biggest percentage gain was corporate tax revenue, which is up 164 percent, or an increase of $50 million.

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