Mississippi Tax Rate
Did you know, 32 states have a progressive tax structure, which means there are various tax rates based on your income? Mississippi (MS) is one of the states with a progressive tax structure. Learn more about the Mississippi tax rate in this post.
General MS Tax Rate Information
Need MS tax rate information?
First, gauge if you need to file a state income tax return in the state. Here are the parameters:
- If you are claiming a single tax filing status and have a gross income of $8,300 plus $1,500 for each dependent, you need to file taxes in the state.
- If you are filing jointly as a married resident and you and your spouse have gross income in excess of $16,600 plus $1,500 for each dependent or more.
What Are The Mississippi Tax Brackets?
Mississippi individual income tax rates vary from 0 to 5%, depending upon filing status, and taxable income.
Here is information about Mississippi Tax brackets from the state’s Department of Revenue:
Mississippi has a graduated tax rate. These rates are the same for individuals and businesses. There is no tax schedule for Mississippi income taxes.
The graduated income tax rate is:
- 0% on the first $2,000 of taxable income
- 3% on the next $3,000 of taxable income
- 4% on the next $5,000 of taxable income
- 5% on all taxable income over $10,000
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