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Within the Local Community

Within the State

Outside the State

$165,236,439 $1,660,735,056 $334,563,267 $103,677,118 $405,544,618 $2,719,406,234

$192,640,068 $1,740,922,405 $226,953,544 $172,319,444 $483,026,404 $2,950,077,324

$59,359,944 $763,064,739 $113,996,468 $26,350,962 $221,252,081 $1,218,601,254

CMAA 2008 Economic Impact Survey

Club Type

City Country Golf Yacht Other Total

VII. Taxes Paid by Private Clubs CMAA member-managed clubs paid approximately $141 million in income taxes in 2007, with the average club paying $60,596 in income tax, with the highest total income taxes paid in the South ($47 million) and in the Northeast ($31 million). Table 9 shows the total projected corporate income tax paid by the clubs within each region.

Table 9: Projected Total Corporate Income Tax Paid by Region

Total Projected Corporate

Region West Midwest Northeast Southwest South Mid-Atlantic Total

Income Tax Paid $21,643,570 $21,210,745 $31,549,418 -- $47,322,885 $14,163,972 $141,113,390

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City clubs generally paid higher corporate income taxes than other club types, averaging $68,855, compared to the average of $60,956 paid by all clubs.

Table 10 show the average income tax paid by each club based on club type.

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