Posts Tagged ‘Legal Affairs’

MEC disputes DOR’s costs estimate on business tax bills

by Ted Carter Published: February 21,2014

Tags: Banking & Finance, economic development, Legal Affairs, Mississippi Economic Council, Politics

A price tag of $7.5 million this year and $25 million next year accompany a pair of pro-business tax apportionment bills that have cleared Mississippi’s House and Senate with overwhelming support. The Republican-sponsored measures, HB 799 and SB 2487, force the Department of Revenue’s to justify basing a multistate company’s taxes on revenue generated in […] [...]

New tax ruling could give Department of Revenue huge appeal advantage

A June 20 decision by the Mississippi Supreme Court in a tax dispute between Equifax Credit Information Services and the Mississippi Department of Revenue severely damages the rights of taxpayers, said an attorney who practices tax law. The dispute arose over the company’s tax liability to the state. Using the standard apportionment method, Equifax computed […] [...]

CARTER: Target greed — not Mississippi — for Chicago’s mounting gun tragedies

by Ted Carter Published: January 31,2013

Tags: Business, health, Legal Affairs, Politics, small business

Here’s a statement that came out of Capitol Hill Wednesday that bears some scrutiny by an enterprising police reporter from the Magnolia State: Over the last 10 to 12 years, Mississippi supplied one out of 10 firearms seized in crime investigations in Chicago. So how the heck have we missed knowing what big contributors we’ve […] [...]

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