Relief to Hurricane Matthew Victims

Due to the recent Hurricane that took place in October 2016, Mississippi will follow federal extensions granted to Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina residents that were directly affected. Taxpayers residing in the counties declared disaster areas will have until March 15, 2017 to file individual income, corporate income and pass-through entity tax returns due on or after October 4, 2016, and before March 15, 2017.

Article Date:   10/19/2016    |   Expiration Date:   10/19/2021


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City of Booneville Tourism, Parks, and Recreation Tax Notice | 8/2/2017
​A 2% tax is imposed on the gross proceeds of gross proceeds of restaurants and gross proceeds of room rentals of hotels and motels in the City of Booneville. This levy is in addition to all other taxes imposed.  Effective September. 1, 2017.  Repeal Date July 1, 2021.​​


Byram Hotel Tax | 7/21/2017
A special tax of two percent (2%) to be levied on the gross proceeds of room rentals of hotels and motels in the City of Byram.
Notice To Small Craft Breweries In Mississippi | 7/21/2017
City of Brandon Amphitheatre and Ancillary Improvement Tax | 6/21/2017
House Bill 1507, as passed by the 2016 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature, authorizes a special tax of three percent (3%) to be levied on the gross proceeds of room rentals of hotels and motels in the City of Brandon.
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Repeal - Pascagoula Tourism and Economic Development Tax | 6/21/2017
The Pascagoula Tourism and Economic Development tax is no longer in effect as of July 1, 2017. This special tax is levied at the rate of three percent (3%) on the gross proceeds of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts in the City of Pascagoula. Please discontinue collecting the three percent (3%) tax on hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts, as of July 1, 2017.
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