Mississippi Severe Storm and Flooding Disaster Relief

Due to the recent storms that took place beginning January 20, 2017, Mississippi will follow federal extensions granted for victims of the severe storms, tornadoes, and straight-line winds. Taxpayers residing in counties declared as disaster areas will have until May 31, 2017 to file individual, corporate income and pass-through entity tax returns due on or after January 20, 2017 and before May 31, 2017.​


Article Date:   1/30/2017    |   Expiration Date:   1/30/2022


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Michael Kimble Pleas Guilty to Tax Evasion | 12/12/2018
On November 13, 2018, Michael Francis Kimble, 50, entered a plea of guilty to fraudulent statements and representation with the intent to evade a tax imposed by the Mississippi Department of Revenue.


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Request Assistance with Sales or Use Tax | 12/11/2018
Vaiden Tourism, Parks and Recreation Tax | 11/29/2018
A 2% on the gross proceeds of sales of restaurants and businesses from the sale of prepared foods in the Town of Vaiden. Effective January 1, 2019. ​​
GRENADA TOURIST AND CONVENTION TAX | 11/16/2018
A 1% tax on the gross proceeds of sales of hotels and motels and a 1% tax on the gross proceeds of sales of restaurants and bars from the sale of prepared food in the City of Grenada. ​This levy is in addition to all other taxes imposed. Effective December 1, 2018.​
Hancock County Moonshine Bust 10-19-18 | 10/22/2018
Friday evening, October 19, 2018, law enforcement agents of the Mississippi Alcoholic Beverage Control executed a search warrant at 2465 Rocky Hill Dedeaux Rd, Kiln, MS. Willie “Jr” Necaise and Tangela Davenport were arrested for possession of an illegal distillery. Both were on scene at the time the warrant was served and subsequently booked into the Hancock County Jail.
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