|City of Winona Special Tax | 9/8/2016|
Bill 2048, as passed by the 2016 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature,
authorizes a special 2% tax to be levied on the gross proceeds from the sale of
prepared food, on businesses located in the corporate limits of the City of
|Relief to Louisiana Flood Victims | 8/18/2016|
Due to the recent flooding that took place on August 11, 2016, taxpayers residing in Louisiana counties designated as federally declared disaster areas have until January 17, 2017 to file individual income, corporate income and pass-through entity tax returns due on or after August 11, 2016, and before January 17, 2017.
|City of Houston Special Tax | 7/22/2016|
Senate Bill 2964, as passed by the 2016 Regular
Session of the Mississippi Legislature, authorizes a special tax to be levied
on the gross proceeds from room rentals for each hotel and motel, and on the
sale of prepared food, on businesses located in the corporate limits of the
City of Houston.
|Motor Vehicle Rental | 7/22/2016|
Provides guidance on the remittance of sales and/or
rental income of automobiles and light trucks, 10,000 GVW or less.
|Frozen Light Wine and/or Malt Beverages | 7/12/2016|
Provides guidance regarding the
sale of frozen light wine and/or malt beverages to consumers.
|Christmas Trees and Other Agricultural Products | 7/1/2016|
concerning the sales exemption of Christmas trees and certain other
|DME and HMS Exemption | 7/1/2016|
Provides information concerning
sales tax exemption for purchases of durable medical equipment and home medical
supplies and subsequent amendments.
|Mississippi Severe Storm and Flooding Disaster Relief | 4/11/2016|
Due to the recent storms, Mississippi storm victims will have until July 15, 2016 to file their returns and pay any taxes due.
|Identity Validation Letters | 1/11/2016|
With income tax fraud and identity theft on the rise, the Department of Revenue is committed to safeguarding taxpayer dollars by increasing security measures.
|Mississippi Severe Storm Disaster Relief | 1/8/2016|
Due to the recent storms, Mississippi storm victims will have until May 16, 2016 to
file their returns and pay any taxes due.