Missouri – Lawmakers Again Seek To Lower Sales Taxes On Tampons And Pads

Missouri lawmakers are again trying to reduce the state sales tax on tampons and pads. Under proposals by Reps. Jim Neely, R-Cameron, and Gina Mitten, D-Richmond Heights, “feminine hygiene products” — tampons, pads, liners and cups — would be taxed at 1.2%, Continue reading Missouri – Lawmakers Again Seek To Lower Sales Taxes On Tampons And Pads

Missouri – Union Reconsiders Use Tax

Union officials are moving forward with a plan to ask voters to consider a use tax at the April 7 municipal election.  The topic of a use tax was discussed at the Jan. 6 personnel, finance and public works committee Continue reading Missouri – Union Reconsiders Use Tax

Missouri – State Considers New Economic Nexus Legislation

Last year at this time, Missouri lawmakers introduced a couple of bills relating to remote sales tax. Both sought to implement economic nexus, requiring out-of-state vendors with a certain amount of sales in the state to collect and remit sales tax. Continue reading Missouri – State Considers New Economic Nexus Legislation

MISSOURI – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs found themselves inside the Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday tackling issues about their stadium — and not the play that occurs in it. Arrowhead Stadium renovations that cost millions have left the Chiefs facing sales and Continue reading MISSOURI – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

Missouri – Cape County Sales Tax Revenue Flat With Only Slight Increase Over Last Year

Cape Girardeau County Treasurer Roger Hudson says the good news is the county’s sales tax revenue hasn’t decreased from where it was this time last year. The bad news, though, is it hasn’t increased either. In fact, it’s almost exactly Continue reading Missouri – Cape County Sales Tax Revenue Flat With Only Slight Increase Over Last Year

Missouri – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

JEFFERSON CITY — The Kansas City Chiefs found themselves inside the Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday tackling issues about their stadium — and not the play that occurs in it. Arrowhead Stadium renovations that cost millions have left the Chiefs Continue reading Missouri – Confusion Revolves Around ‘Sales And Use Tax’ With Kansas City Chiefs

Missouri – Sales Tax Holiday August 2, 2019 Thru August 4, 2019

By state law, the sales tax holiday begins on the first Friday in August and continues through the following Sunday. Certain back-to-school purchases, such as clothing, school supplies, computers, and other items as defined by the statute, are exempt from Continue reading Missouri – Sales Tax Holiday August 2, 2019 Thru August 4, 2019

Multi-State – Guide to State Sales Tax Holidays, 2019

How would you like to get a discount of 4% (or substantially more) on your back-to-school shopping, on top of whatever seasonal promotion a retailer might offer? Plan ahead and you could. Seventeen states have annual sales tax holidays, when Continue reading Multi-State – Guide to State Sales Tax Holidays, 2019

Missouri – Next Steps: ‘Wayfair’ Internet Sales Tax

Before lawmakers can put a plan to establish a statewide internet sales tax in their carts next session, they’re going to need to come to a consensus on quite a few things first. The U.S. Supreme Court last year handed down Continue reading Missouri – Next Steps: ‘Wayfair’ Internet Sales Tax

Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Anniversary Thresholds as of June 21, 2019

June 21, 2019 – One year since Wayfair – Anniversary Update. On this one year anniversary of the landmark decision virtually all states have responded with their enforcement intentions. The tax imposition is now retroactive. A Wayfair Process Review is Continue reading Multistate – Wayfair Economic Nexus (ENexus) Anniversary Thresholds as of June 21, 2019