Form 80-205 (2023): Mississippi Non-Resident/Part-Year Resident Tax Return

Form 80-205 is the Mississippi tax return for non-residents (NR) and part-year residents (PY) who earned income in Mississippi during 2023. It allows you to report your income earned in Mississippi and claim any applicable deductions and credits.

Who Should File Form 80-205?

You must file Form 80-205 if you meet any of the following conditions:

  1. You lived in Mississippi for part of 2023 and another state for the rest.
  2. You earned income from Mississippi sources (wages, rentals, etc.) while being a resident of another state.
  3. You are a military service member stationed in Mississippi but considered a resident of another state.

What Information Do I Need to File?

  • Proof of residency in Mississippi (dates) for 2023.
  • Income documentation from all sources (both Mississippi and non-Mississippi).
  • Proof of income taxes paid to other states (if applicable).
  • Social Security numbers for yourself and dependents (if filing jointly).
  • Banking information for direct deposit (optional).

How to File Form 80-205?

A. Electronically: While Mississippi doesn't directly offer e-filing for Form 80-205, some tax preparation software may allow it. However, you'll still need to mail the signed return to the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

B. Paper Mail: Download the form 80-205 attached below Complete the form, sign it, and mail it with any required attachments to the address provided on the form.

Important Dates and Deadlines:

  • Filing Deadline: April 15th, 2024 (same as federal filing deadline). If you owe taxes, you must submit payment with your return.
  • Extensions: If you need more time to file, you can request an extension by filing Form 80-470 (Mississippi Individual Income Tax Extension Application).

To access the current year's Form 80-205, click here.