In this week’s MBJ — ONLINE SALES TAX: Ted Carter takes a look at how much money Mississippi is leaving on the table by not taxing online sales. You may be shocked at the number.
Also in this week’s paper:
>> REVAMPING THE SYSTEM: Changing tax law to accommodate sales tax an issue that could make national headlines — by TED CARTER
>> WARRIOR DASH: Crazy Vikings could have $5 million in economic impact — by CLAY CHANDLER
>> ANOTHER NUTTY YEAR : How many pecans make for a good season? — by WALLY NORTHWAY
>> FROM THE FARM TO THE TABLE: How Mississippi can turn the tables on economic and healthcare disparities. — AMY McCULLOUGH
>> END DAYS?: New book claims it’s do-or-die-time for the United States. — by AMY McCULLOUGH
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