Let the lawsuits begin; looks like the Mississippi Department of Revenue has enacted a rule that will start requiring large online retailers to collect taxes on sales made from outside of the state starting December 1. There was a heated debate about the internet sales tax issue during the legislative session earlier this year. Lt. Governor Tate Reeves blocked legislation supporting this tax, calling it unconstitutional. There is a push right now to overturn a previous U.S. Supreme Court ruling that rejected tax collection by out-of-state merchants. If this is unenforceable and unconstitutional, why is the MS Dept. of Revenue enacting this rule?

Read the article below for all of the details and for information about how this decision can and will impact you.



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