On March 28, 2022, Mississippi’s governor signed S.B. 2831, creating the Taxation of Remote and Internet-based Computer Software Products and Services Study Committee, which is tasked with examining the taxation of remote and internet-based computer software products and services in Mississippi. By October 1, 2022, the Committee must report to the legislature its findings and recommendations regarding which products and services should be taxable, and how they should be taxed. The five member committee is comprised of a representative or designee from each of the Mississippi Department of Revenue, the Mississippi Association of Realtors, the Business and Industry Political Education Committee, the Mississippi Manufacturer’s Association, and the Mississippi Bankers Association.