Miss. Marketplace Facilitator Tax Mandate To Start Wednesday

Law360 (June 30, 2020, 7:25 PM EDT) -- Mississippi, starting Wednesday, will require marketplace facilitators such as Amazon.com Inc. that have economic nexus with the state to collect and remit sales and use tax, under a bill the governor signed Tuesday.

Republican Gov. Tate Reeves signed H.B. 379, mandating marketplace facilitators to collect and remit tax, starting Wednesday, if they have more than $250,000 in sales into the state in any consecutive 12-month period. Under the law, sales made by marketplace sellers through a marketplace facilitator will count toward the facilitator's threshold and not the seller's threshold.

The law also codifies the state's 2018 regulation subjecting remote sellers to the same $250,000...

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