The Harrison County Fiscal Court decided Tuesday to table the reading of an amended occupational and net profits tax ordinance until a decision can be made as to how rental property will be taxed.
State mandates require all counties to standardize their occupational and net profits tax ordinances by April.
The court voted at its Jan. 8 meeting to tax all income on rental properties, but facing a large crowd of landlords Tuesday, decided to do a little more research before reading the ordinance.
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