Marketplace facilitators will have to start collecting and paying sales and use taxes in Mississippi on Wednesday.
Gov. Tate Reeves (R) signed the bill late Tuesday. Mississippi thus becomes the 42d of the 45 sales-tax states to enact laws imposing tax duties on marketplaces such as Amazon.com Inc. and Etsy Inc.
- The mandate (H.B. 379) that takes effect Wednesday applies to e-commerce websites with annual sales over $250,000.
- Lawmakers excluded third-party food delivery services. The law allows marketplace sellers to collect and remit all applicable taxes for all sales through their marketplaces if they have...