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State task force examining potentials of Internet sales tax

JACKSON: A state task force is quietly taking a hard look at the pros and cons of forcing Internet retailers to comply with a Mississippi law that mandates they collect sales taxes on items they sell online to buyers in the state. A key question is whether taxing cyber sales is a true pot of […] [...]

Read May 31 issue of MBJ

>>BILOXI BOUND New ball park will bring Double-A baseball to Gulf Coast – by Frank Brown Also in this week’s paper: >>INTERNET State lawmaker says Internet retail sales tax could fund transportation projects- by Ted Carter >>TRANSPORTATION Mississippi road builders conflicted over study committee- by Wally Northway >>TECHNOLOGY Jackson teen mobile app developer invited to Apple conference- by Clay Chandler >> ROSS REILY Barry […] [...]

Legislator: Internet sales tax could help fund road and bridge maintenance

At some time in the not-too-distant future, that book you buy from Amazon.com may help to provide the estimated $1 billion Mississippi needs to maintain its roads and bridges. Rep. Robert Johnson III, a 20-year state legislator and chairman of the House Transportation Committee, said he wants a sales tax on Internet purchases to be […] [...]

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