Mississippi Tax Forms 2017
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MS Form 80-105 2017
Mississippi Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Long)
Mississippi form 80-105 is designed for state residents to report their annual income. The form features space to include your income, marital status as well as space to report any children or dependents you may have. By filling out the form, you will see whether or not you owe money to the state or if you will receive a refund.
Mississippi Income Tax Booklet
Form 80-100 is the Mississippi tax booklet. This booklet includes both Form 80-105 (the long form) and Form 80-110 (the short form). It also includes the instructions for both these forms, as well as other supplemental forms and schedules and their instructions. This booklet includes everything you will need to file a Mississippi tax return.
Mississippi Schedule A (Itemized Deductions Schedule), Schedule B (Interest & Dividends Schedule) and Schedule N (Other Income Schedule)
Form 80-108 may be used by taxpayers who want to report their contributions and adjustments.
To report itemized deductions, taxpayers will need to attach federal 1040 form, Schedule A.
To report dividends and interests, taxpayers will need to attach federal form 1040, Schedule B.
To report loss of income from rental royalties and estates, taxpayers will need to attach federal Schedule E.
Mississippi Individual Resident Income Tax Return (Short)
Form 80-110 allows Mississippi residents to file their Mississippi tax returns. Form 80-110 is the shorter version of Form 80-105. Although Form 80-110 or Form 80-105 may be supplemented by additional forms or schedules, one of these two forms must be included with all Mississippi tax returns. Unlike Form 80-105, Form 80-110 has certain requirements that taxpayers must fulfill in order to qualify to use this form to file their returns. The requirements to use Form 80-110 are that the taxpayer be filing as single, has no dependents, and only has income sourced from compensation or interest. If you do not meet these requirements you should use Form 80-105 to file your return.
Mississippi Individual Part-year and Non-resident Income Tax Return
Form 80-205 is form all Mississippi part-year and nonresidents will need to file their Mississippi tax returns. Although Form 80-205 may be supplemented by additional forms and schedules, it must be included in all Mississippi part-year and nonresident tax returns.
Mississippi Individual/Fiduciary Income Tax Voucher
Form 80-106 can be used by individual taxpayers to make their tax return payments for the following forms: Form 80-105, Form 80-205, Form 80-110 and Form 81-110.
Mississippi Form 80-106 can also be used to make extension payments for the following forms: Form 80-105, Form 80-205, Form 80-110 and Form 81-110. The due date for all extension payments is before April 15.
MS Form 80-170 2011
Mississippi Amended Individual Income Tax Return
Form 80-170 may be used by Mississippi residents to amend their Mississippi income tax return. In order to file MS Form 80-170, residents will need to complete additional forms such as W-2, Form 80-320, federal Schedule C or C-EZ, federal Schedule D, federal Schedule E, federal Schedule F, 1099-R, 1099-G, Schedule N, Schedule P and federal Form 3903.
Mississippi Tax Forms Mailing Addresses
Here are the mailing addresses available for Mississippi. Please note that some specific forms might have a different addresses. Please check the Form's instructions before using any addresses listed here.
Mississippi Department of Revenue
P. O. Box 23050
Jackson, MS 39225 Income Tax Return (Refund Expected)
Mississippi Department of Revenue
P.O. Box 23058
Jackson, MS 39225