Nothing is worse than finishing a hard month of work, worrying about bills, food, childcare, health care. And when you get that paycheck, you see that you’re working for your taxes more than you are yourself. Let’s not forget the things we buy, like cars, flight tickets, gas, food, and so much more. A lot of these taxes may come back to us through various services, some disappear into the pockets of people we will never meet. On April 15th, America will be “Celebrating” National Tax Day, and we would like to celebrate by laughing at and bringing attention to some of the less known tax laws in the united states.
“Don’t Tax My Cattle!”
In the state of Mississippi, the tax rate for median income fluxgates at around 4.00%, and the median income is approximately 35, to 40 thousand dollars.
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Taxes in the state can be very high, but one thing that the government is not going to touch is the Retail sales of livestock. Apparently, you can sell all the livestock you want in Mississippi, and you will be exempt entirely from a sales tax on the deal.