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Upon request, publications are available in an alternative format. Please send your request to: Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Office of Diversity and Equal Opportunity, PO Box 9557, Boston, MA 02114-9557.
A Guide to the Massachusetts Department of Revenue: Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights
Provides information regarding general state tax issues and Department of Revenue policies and procedures. Included is information on solving a problem, audits and collections, appeals and DOR resources.
This guide was published to address the changes to the Massachusetts estate tax law enacted in 2002. Like its companion 1996 and 2002 versions, this guide contains definitions of relevant estate tax terms and general filing and payment information.
- 1996 A Guide to Estate Taxes (Applicable to dates of death prior to January 1, 1997)
- 2002 A Guide to Estate Taxes (Applicable to dates of death on or after January 1, 1997 and prior to January 1, 2003)
A Guide to Offers in Settlement
Explains under what circumstances an offer may be considered.
Should You Be Paying Individual Estimated Taxes?
Answers the most commonly asked questions regarding estimated taxes. Included are an estimated tax payment schedule and examples of what to do in cases where unexpected income is received.
The use tax is a 6.25% tax paid on out-of-state purchases that are used, stored or consumed in Massachusetts.
Assists you in completing your tax return and ensures that you take advantage of deductions and exemptions that are available.
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