Mississippi payroll tax form information

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Select a state from the drop-down list or visit the State-specific payroll tax form information topic to view payroll tax form information for that state.

Unemployment forms

Agency: Mississippi Department of Employment Security

Website: http://www.mdes.ms.gov/employers/unemployment-tax/

Description Approval Information Filing Methods Web fill-in Form Due Date
UI-2/3R Approved Paper, Magnetic No Last day of the following month*

* Due date adjusts for non-banking days

Withholding forms

Agency: Mississippi Department of Revenue

Website: http://www.dor.ms.gov/

Description Approval Information Filing Methods Web fill-in Form Due Date
89-105 Approved Paper, Electronic Yes By deposit schedule*
89-140 Approved Paper No January 31st*
W-2 Copy 1 Available up to 2019 (No approval required) Paper, Internet No January 31st*

* Due date adjusts for non-banking days

Other forms

1099 forms

Description Approval Information Filing Methods Web fill-in Form Due Date
1099-B No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-DIV No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-G No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-INT No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-MISC No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-OID No approval required Internet No February 28th*
1099-R No approval required Internet No February 28th*
W-2G No approval required Internet No February 28th*

* Due date adjusts for non-banking days

See also: State 1099 files overview

Note: Files are created only when the forms include state withholding amounts.

State website: www.dor.ms.gov

E-filing notes

Form UI-2/3

Forms 89-105

Notes
  • Enter the Mississippi Originator type in the Transmission Information dialog, accessed from the Actions > Process Electronic Forms screen.
  • The per-return transmission cost for electronically filing federal 94x forms is $7; enrollment files do not accrue a fee.There is no additional transmission cost for electronically filing state forms. For more information, see Common questions about FSET.

State ID formats

Unemployment ID: 2 digits, followed by a dash, followed by 5 digits, followed by a dash, followed by a digit or letter, followed by a dash, followed by 2 digits.

Note: You can enter the 7 digits then a letter, or a digit then 2 digits. The program will format with dashes in the correct locations.

Withholding ID: 8 digits

New hire reporting

Reporting methods

File Upload Type: Internet

General reporting requirements

Electronic filing required: No
Filing frequency: 15 days from hire date
Registration required: No

Website: https://ms-newhire.com/

Related topics

State-specific payroll tax form information

Processing state payroll tax forms

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