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

Missouri – Maryville Voters Will Decide On Use Tax In April

(MARYVILLE, Mo.)— The Use Tax failed in November 2018, but the Maryville City Council elected to put the issue back on the ballot in April. The Use Tax essentially allows for the local sales tax rate (2.375 percent) to be Continue reading Missouri – Maryville Voters Will Decide On Use Tax In April

Missouri – Who’s Charging Us Sales Taxes? Attempt To Make A Missouri Tax Map Meets Confusion, Resistance

JEFFERSON CITY • A team of state tax experts is in the midst of creating an online map showing sales tax information for every taxing body in Missouri. But according to data compiled by the Missouri Department of Revenue, 578 of Continue reading Missouri – Who’s Charging Us Sales Taxes? Attempt To Make A Missouri Tax Map Meets Confusion, Resistance

Missouri – Politically Speaking: Rep. Christofanelli On Internet Sales Tax, Charter Schools And Clean Missouri

State Rep. Phil Christofanelli joins Politically Speaking for the first time to talk about some of his key priorities for the 2019 legislative session. The second-term Republican lawmaker represents Missouri’s 105th House District, which takes in portions of St. Charles Continue reading Missouri – Politically Speaking: Rep. Christofanelli On Internet Sales Tax, Charter Schools And Clean Missouri

Missouri – Senate Bills Propose New Online State Sales Tax, Income Tax Cuts

JEFFERSON CITY — A proposed sales tax for out-of-state online purchases could lead to more income tax breaks for Missourians. That’s the crux of a pair of Senate bills heard simultaneously by the Missouri Senate Ways and Means Committee on Continue reading Missouri – Senate Bills Propose New Online State Sales Tax, Income Tax Cuts

Missouri – Governor Considering Adding Online Sales Tax

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Governor Mike Parson says he wants to enact a law that will let Missouri collect sales tax from out-of-state retailers who sell to Missouri residents online.  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the sales tax provision Continue reading Missouri – Governor Considering Adding Online Sales Tax