The Department of Revenue is the primary agency for collecting tax revenues that support state and local governments in Mississippi. This website provides information about the various taxes administered, access to online filing, and forms.
The Department of Revenue is responsible for titling and registration of motor vehicles, monitoring ad valorem assessments throughout the state to ensure consistent appraisal and valuation of properties among the municipalities and counties of the state, enforcement of Mississippi's Prohibition and Local Option Law and operating as the wholesale distributor of alcoholic beverages.
Can I file a balance due return and send the payment in by mail?
How do I know that you received my return and payment?
What if I don't receive an acknowledgement?
Am I required to mail in a signature document?
Is my information secure?
How do I get help filing my electronic return?
Who is required to file electronically?
Which tax returns are available for e-file?
What are the due dates for electronically filed returns?
Can I file an amended return electronically?
Yes, you can file a balance due
return and send a check or money order in the mail with your payment voucher.
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The Department will send an
acknowledgement that the e-filed return and/or payment has been received within
five (5) business days after receipt.
If you do not receive an acknowledgement, you should contact
your preparer or software provider.
No, the signature document is not
Yes, your information is encrypted
when sent and stored.
For general tax questions, you may
contact the Department of Revenue at (601) 923-7700. For software issues, you must contact your
Mississippi has the
following electronic filing requirements:
Individual, Fiduciary, Corporate
and Pass-Through Entity Income Tax Returns are available for e-file.
The due dates for electronically
filed returns are the same as paper filed returns.
Yes, an amended return can be filed
for the prior two (2) years and the current year if supported by your