Mississippi Post Offices Ready For Last Minute Tax Filers

Several Post Offices open after 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15

April 08, 2015 

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JACKSON, MS — With the 2015 tax filing deadline fast approaching, Mississippi Post Offices are ready for last minute tax filers on April 15. Below is a list of Mississippi Post Offices open later than 5:00 p.m., as well as a list of Self Service Kiosks available for customer use in retail lobbies.

As in past tax seasons, the U.S Postal Service will provide customers with both timely tax return drop offs and special services, including Express Mail, Priority Mail, First-Class Mail, Certified Mail, and Return Receipt.






5:30 P.M.

3202 Bluecutt Rd.


6:00 P.M.

105 Hogg Creek Dr.


7:30 P.M.*

220 S. 40th Ave.


7:00 P.M.

401 E. South St.


6:00 P.M.

1501 Jacksonian Plz.


5:30 P.M.

990 Hwy. 51


5:30 P.M.

611 S. Pear Orchard Rd.


5:30 P.M.

7550 Airways Blvd.


5:30 P.M.

822 Taylor St.


6:00 P.M.

362 S. Thomas St.


5:30 P.M.

3415 Pemberton Square Blvd.

*- The retail lobby at Hattiesburg will close at the usual 6:00 p.m., with stamp booklet sales and postmarking of tax returns offered 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the dutch door in the lobby.

Self Service Kiosks:
Southaven – 7550 Airways Blvd.
Madison – 990 Hwy. 51
Ridgeland – 611 S. Pear Orchard Rd.
Jackson Lefleur – 1501 Jacksonian Plz.
Jackson MPO – 401 E. South St.
Jackson Flowood – 105 Hogg Creek Dr.
Hattiesburg MPO – 220 S. 40th Ave.
Gulfport MPO – 11110 Hwy. 49
Ocean Springs – 1581 Bienville Blvd.

The IRS accepts the First-Class postmark as proof of filing by April 15. The Postal Service provides these tips for income tax filers mailing returns:

  • If filing on April 15, mail early in the day at any Post Office. Be sure to verify Post Office hours of operation.
  • If depositing returns in a collection box on April 15, double-check the pick-up schedule on the collection box.
  • To ensure getting the April 15 postmark, deposit returns before the last scheduled pick-up time.
  • Affix the correct postage. Some returns include many forms and require additional postage. IRS does not pay postage due and will return items to sender.
  • One ounce for letter size returns is 49 cents for stamp postage, 48 cents for metered postage. The second and third ounces are an additional 21 cents for each ounce, regardless of postage type. Large envelopes or letters weighing over 3.5 ounces are subject to an oversize rate of 98 cents for one ounce and 21 cents per additional ounce.
  • When possible, use the envelope provided by the IRS and be sure to include a return address. If the envelope provided by the IRS is unavailable, be sure to verify the IRS address where returns should be mailed.

The Postal Service offers flexible products and services for use when mailing tax returns.

Priority Mail Express Service
This gets your tax return to many locations the next day guaranteed or your money-back. Priority Mail Express includes signature at delivery and free USPS Tracking to confirm delivery to the IRS, online at usps.com or toll-free at 800-222-1811.

Priority Mail Service
This gets your tax return delivered in 1, 2, or 3 business days. Priority Mail also includes free USPS Tracking to confirm delivery to the IRS, online at usps.com or toll-free at 800-222-1811.

First-Class Mail Service
Efficient, economical option for mailing your return with the all-important postmark.

Proof of Mailing Services
These services provide you with peace of mind. You can prove you mailed your tax return, verify that it was delivered or both with the following services:

Certified Mail
This receipt proves that you mailed your tax return and gives you online access to verify the date and time of delivery.

Return Receipt
This receipt verifies both mailing and delivery, returning a postcard to you signed by the person who received your package.

Online Services:
These services let you use the online technology to help you mail your tax returns

From any computer with internet access and a printer, you can print Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express labels for all your tax returns, with or without postage, and save yourself precious time.

The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

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