Posts Tagged ‘Kathy Waterbury’

Mississippi riddle: why do tax collections belie drop in employment?

By JACK WEATHERLY  Mississippi is one of 28 states whose employment numbers in the 25-54 age group — the prime earning years — were lower in 2014 in terms of percentages, five years after the end of the national recession, according to a Pew Charitable Trusts report. In 2007, 79.9 percent of those in the […] [...]

Lawmakers could rethink law on delinquent taxes

JACKSON — State law currently requires the Mississippi Department of Revenue to garnish 100 percent of the wages of a government official or employee should that person become delinquent in paying taxes. Going back to September 2011, a legislative watchdog group recommended the law be changed to allow garnishment of 25 percent to 100 percent […] [...]

State’s chief site selector: Search starts for new tax HQ

by Published: April 3,2011

Tags: Ed Morgan, Kathy Waterbury, Kevin Upchurch

Though proximity to the state’s new Data Center off Lakeland Drive could weigh heavily in the site selection, the only certainty for the new home of the  Mississippi Department of Revenue is that it will be housed in a state-owned building or built on vacant land the state owns. In either instance, the site must […] [...]

Roughing it in exile

by Published: April 3,2011

Tags: Ed Morgan, Kathy Waterbury

If you like the sound of rain on a tin roof, a job at the Mississippi Department of Revenue building in Raymond may be just the ticket. Of course, the downside is you’ll work in a cavernous warehouse with concrete floors and 40-foot ceilings where some parts of the building are too hot and other […] [...]

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