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Billy C. Doggette, Attorney at Law

Billy Doggette has a law practice in Laurel (MS)
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523 Commerce Street, Laurel, MS 39440
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    Analysis: Mississippi supervisors discussing county budgets
    Hattiesburg American Mississippi and other states would have to write laws to require that the sales tax be collected at the point of delivery rather than at the point of sale. States have pursued an approach to collecting e-retail sales taxes since a 1992 U.S. Supreme ... more »
    Mining-Law Overhaul Seeks to BoostPrivate Investment and Tax Revenue
    Wall Street Journal “The change in the rules for calculating [royalties] will practically double the tax take from this activity,” Ms. Rousseff said. The move comes at a difficult moment for mining companies, as prices for a host of commodities—including nickel, gold ... more »
    State task force examining pluses, minuses of Internet sales tax
    Mississippi Business Journal (blog) A state task force is quietly taking a hard look at the pros and cons of forcing Internet retailers to comply with a Mississippi law that mandates they collect sales taxes on items they sell online to buyers in the state. A key question is whether ... more »
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