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Frank McCain

Executive Position # 2

MsTax.Org

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Property Tax

Mississippi State Tax Commission


Director

Property Tax Bureau


State Tax Commission


Web References(12 Total References)


Mississippi Chapter of the International Association of Assessing Officers - Committees

Frank McCain
Executive Position #2 Mississippi State Tax Commission


http://www.bolivarcom.com/NF/omf/bolivar/news_story.html?rkey=0028706+cr=gdn

"I have gone back and looked at Bolivar County over the last couple of days and they show 138 sales (in the county)," said Frank McCain, property tax director for the Mississippi State Tax Commission in January 2007.


Vertex Inc.: Tax Cybrary

Frank McCain, DirectorProperty Tax Bureau


http://www.chuckroberts.com/resources/show/104

Frank McCain, director of the Mississippi State Tax Commission property tax office, said he was unaware of any exceptions in state tax laws that would allow a property that is not "single family, owner-occupied and residential real" to be assessed at 10 percent."If the owner is not living there, it is classified as Class II property," he said."I don't know of any statute that would grant anything else."Section 112 states only properties meeting exactly the description for Class I can be assessed at 10 percent of true value, McCain said.


Mississippi Assessors and Collectors Association (MACA) - Officers

Frank McCainDirector, Office of Property TaxState Tax Commission


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