MISSOURI – Blue Springs, Internet Use Tax Collections

The state of Missouri is collecting an internet use tax online, leaving the local residents and officials of Blue Springs, MO wondering how they will recover this loss of revenue. The city’s 1 percent sales tax remains its largest general Continue reading MISSOURI – Blue Springs, Internet Use Tax Collections

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Missouri – Former Operator Of Pizza Place In Joplin Sentenced For Tax Evasion

Maaria Nyazee pleads guilty and is sentenced today for tax fraud. She owned Redbrick Pizza (Brick Two, LLC) when it operated inside the Northpark Mall in Joplin, Missouri.  The pizza place closed in March of 2017. According to court documents, Continue reading Missouri – Former Operator Of Pizza Place In Joplin Sentenced For Tax Evasion

Missouri – City Hoping For Internet Sales Tax

St. Joseph continues to see dwindling sales tax revenue increases, but the State Legislature could help provide an increase in those revenues, which city leaders are hoping for. Sales tax makes up 27 percent of the city’s annual income, and Continue reading Missouri – City Hoping For Internet Sales Tax

Missouri – State Website Offers Use Tax Answers

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Maryville voters approved a use tax last week, but some still had questions about how it would function. One of the most common questions posed on The Forum’s Facebook page both before and after the election was Continue reading Missouri – State Website Offers Use Tax Answers

Missouri – House Narrowly Gives Initial OK To Online Sales Tax, Income Tax Cut For Wealthy

The Missouri General Assembly’s newest plan to bring in money for the state introduces new taxes on out-of-state sellers but lowers taxes for those in the top tax bracket. House Bill 548, sponsored by Rep. J. Eggleston, R-Maysville, which narrowly Continue reading Missouri – House Narrowly Gives Initial OK To Online Sales Tax, Income Tax Cut For Wealthy

Missouri – Wallingford: Statewide Online Tax Reform Unlikely This Year

Missouri lawmakers likely won’t decide on how to tax online sales before the legislative session ends in May, state Sen. Wayne Wallingford said Friday. Bills have been introduced in the House and Senate, but there has been no consensus on Continue reading Missouri – Wallingford: Statewide Online Tax Reform Unlikely This Year

Missouri – Legislators Eyeing Tax On Internet Purchases

Local businesses would undoubtedly bring in more money if they didn’t have to pay taxes, but legally they can’t do that. However, sometimes those local businesses are competing against big online retailers who do get that advantage. If the ground Continue reading Missouri – Legislators Eyeing Tax On Internet Purchases

Missouri – Use Tax Unofficially Passes On Second Ballot Attempt

The use tax was unofficially approved by voters April 2. The tax will place a 2.375% sales tax on any online out-of-state purchases. The tax originally appeared on the November ballot and was rejected by voters. In 2016, the Department Continue reading Missouri – Use Tax Unofficially Passes On Second Ballot Attempt