Kosciusko 2% food tax referendum fails

The Kosciusko 2% food tax referendum has failed.The proposal would have seen a 2% tax added to prepared food and beverage at city restaurants and fast food chains.Money raised by the tax would have gone to tourism and upgrades at several city parks.The totals... Read More.

Governor signs state’s largest income tax cut

Mississippi residents will pay lower income taxes, beginning in 2023.Republican Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill that will reduce the state income tax over four years.It is the largest income tax cut in the state's history.Supporters say a significant tax cut could... Read More.

Income Tax Cut Headed For Governor

The Mississippi Legislature has sent Governor Reeves the largest tax cut in state history.  The bill would trim the state income tax to a single four per cent bracket over a four-year period.  Mississippi currently has tax brackets of four and five per cent. ... Read More.

House Votes In Favor Of Kosciusko Restaurant Tax

The Mississippi House voted 107-7 Thursday to allow Kosciusko aldermen to put a restaurant tax referendum on the ballot.   If 60 per cent of the voters approve it, the city could charge a two per cent tax on prepared food and beverages with the... Read More.