Tag Archives: Remote Seller

Mississippi’s Sales Tax Regulatory Smorgasbord Continues—Internet Sellers and Commercial Contractors on the Menu!

The Mississippi Department of Revenue’s recent flurry of regulatory activity continues unabated with a number of proposals and developments, primarily in the sales and use tax arena. With its most recent filings, the Department appears to take aim at remote internet sellers who have not voluntarily registered with the Department under its widely publicized “economic … Continue Reading

UPDATE – Mississippi Use Tax Remote Seller Bill Advances; Jones Walker Attends Public Hearing on Related DOR Proposed Regulation

Remote use tax collection legislation advances. A Mississippi bill to require use tax collection by remote sellers passed the House of Representatives and was transmitted to the Senate on February 7. The bill, H.B. 480, would require out-of-state sellers lacking a physical presence in Mississippi to register and begin collecting use tax if their prior-year … Continue Reading
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