OLIVE BRANCH, MS- On February 13, 2019, Humphrey Nathaniel Tolliver, 57, of 6515 Goodman Rd., Olive Branch, MS, was indicted by the Desoto County Grand Jury on four counts of Felony Tax Evasion §27-3-79.
On March 29, 2019, Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control Agents conducted a Sale to Minor Detail in Oxford after receiving law enforcement complaints. Seven businesses were checked.
ABC Agents executed a search warrant on a home in Tylertown, MS, where they arrested Rusty McBeth and Jessica McBeth.
President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) on December 22, 2017. The legislation provided reduced tax rates for individuals and corporations, increased standard deduction for individuals and provided for repatriation of foreign income. Many of the aspects of the federal legislation will not affect Mississippi taxpayers as Mississippi has its own statutory provisions for many of the changes. Therefore, the impact on Mississippi revenues will not be as significant as many other states.
On November 13, 2018, Michael Francis Kimble, 50, entered a plea of guilty to fraudulent statements and representation with the intent to evade a tax imposed by the Mississippi Department of Revenue.
Friday evening, October 19, 2018, law enforcement agents of the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control executed a search warrant at 2465 Rocky Hill Dedeaux Rd, Kiln, MS. Willie “Jr” Necaise and Tangela Davenport were arrested for possession of an illegal distillery. Both were on scene at the time the warrant was served and subsequently booked into the Hancock County Jail.
Due to the recent hurricane that took place beginning October 7, 2018, Mississippi will follow federal extensions granted to the victims of Hurricane Michael. Taxpayers who reside in the counties designated as federally declared disaster areas have until February 28, 2019 to file individual income, corporate income and pass-through entity returns due on or after October 7, 2018.
Due to the recent hurricane that took place beginning September 7, 2018, Mississippi will follow federal extensions granted to the victims of Hurricane Florence. Taxpayers who reside in the counties designated as federally declared disaster areas have until January 31, 2019 to file individual income, corporate income and pass-through entity returns due on or after September 7, 2018.