The State Organization Index provides an alphabetical listing of government organizations, including commissions, departments, and bureaus.
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The purpose of these guides is to provide general information about Massachusetts tax laws and Department of Revenue policies and procedures. They are not designed to address all questions which may arise nor to address complex issues in detail. Nothing contained herein supersedes, alters or otherwise changes any provision of the Massachusetts General Laws, Massachusetts Department of Revenue Regulations, Department rulings or any other sources of the law.
Personal Income Tax for Residents
Personal Income Tax for Part-Year Residents
Personal Income Tax for Nonresidents
2017 Personal Income tax changes
Sales and Use Tax
Sales Tax on Meals
Sales and Use Tax on Motor Vehicles
If you're a buyer, transferee, or user, who has title to or has a motor vehicle, you're responsible for paying the sales or use tax.
Motor Vehicle Excise
Withholding Taxes on Wages
Employer Tax Obligations
An employer is any person, corporation or organization for whom an individual performs a service as an employee. Topics within these pages range from obtaining workers' compensation insurance to fulfilling employer obligations for state employment security taxes. Other subjects include registering your business with MassTaxConnect and related tax types including withholding of wages.
Generally, all corporations operating in Massachusetts, both foreign and domestic, need to pay corporate excise tax. This guide has information about corporate excise tax, from calculating the tax, to credits and deductions, to apportioning income.
View a Guide to Corporate Excise Tax.
Paying tax shouldn’t be an overly confusing or intimidating experience. Understanding how the system works is every taxpayer's right.
View a Guide to the Department of Revenue: Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights.