Libraries

Mississippi's ​Public Libraries and the Mississippi Library Commission have joined with the Department of Revenue to promote the use of electronic filing of Individual Income returns by utilizing library computers.​

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There are 2000 computers with high-speed internet connectivity in the 240 public libraries that Mississippians may use for completing tax returns - and a multitude of other purposes.

Many Mississippians qualify to file their state and federal returns free of charge through the Free File Alliance. Lower and middle-income taxpayers, those who are eligible for the federal Earned Income Tax Credit, active duty military, seniors, and students may qualify to file free. See information and links concerning the programs offered by the various providers. Fill-able paper forms​ are also available to complete and print.

For those who do not desire to file electronically or prepare their return on the computer, the libraries maintain paper forms for your convenience.​​​​​

Library or Post Office Use Only*

Order Form

Order by E-mail

Poster

Flyer

Flyer, page 2​

* Everyone else, please visit your local library for forms.​​


Article Date:   1/1/2000    |   Expiration Date:   1/1/2010


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Recent News
Mississippi Storm and Flooding Relief | 10/1/2019
Mississippi will follow federal extensions granted to victims of severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes and flooding that took place between February 22, 2019 and March 29, 2019. Taxpayers who reside in the counties designated as federally declared disaster areas have until July 31, 2019 to file individual income, corporate income and pass-through entity tax returns due between February 22, 2019 and March 29, 2019. This relief does not provide an extension for payments on prior liabilities. Any disaster area taxpayer who receives a penalty notice should contact our office at (601) 923- 7700 to receive abatement. In addition, we will work with any taxpayer who resides elsewhere but whose books, records or tax professional are located in the disaster areas. ​​


Military Spouses Residency Relief Act Update | 8/21/2019
The Military Spouses Residency Relief Act (MSRRA) provides that spouses of military personnel who move to Mississippi due to the servicemember spouse being posted for military duty can keep their former residency for tax purposes throughout the marriage.
On December 31, 2018, the MSRRA was changed by amending the Servicemember Civil Relief Act (SCRA) to allow the spouse of a servicemember to elect to use the same residence as the servicemember. The election can be made for any taxable year of the marriage. 
As a result, amended Mississippi income tax returns may be filed to claim the MSRRA exemption for any tax year(s) that are within three (3) years of the due date of the original return filed, or the extended due date, whichever is later. ​​

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Greenwood and Tupelo District Offices will close as of July 31 | 7/29/2019
Carroll County Moonshine Bust | 7/19/2019
CARROLL COUNTY, Miss. – On July 18, 2019, after an approximately three month investigation, Alcoholic Beverage Control Agents, with assistance from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, served two simultaneous search warrants near Vaiden, MS. The first search warrant was at 2423 CR 87, a suspected still location. When ABC agents and Carroll County Deputies approached the still site, the suspect, 68-year-old Jimmie Alexander, was actively working the still. Alexander was in the process of cooking, and had finished moonshine running from the still.
Starkville Parks and Recreation Tax | 7/15/2019
​An additional 1% tax on the sales of hotels and restaurants in the city of Starkville effective August 1, 2019.
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