What’s next for the Department of Revenue and taxpayers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Even with a new leader at its helm, the fallout continues for Missouri’s embattled Department of Revenue over its handling...

Eddy Justice launches 2020 campaign for state Senate

Having been involved in local Missouri politics for some time, Eddy Justice is officially throwing his hat in the ring for an open state...

Senate approves supplemental budget, sends bill back to House

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri state Senate approved changes to the supplemental budget bill Thursday morning — sending the legislation back to the...

Libla proposes fuel tax increase spread over multiple years

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill increasing the state’s fuel tax garnered support from outside agencies during a hearing Thursday morning. Appearing before the Senate...

Department of Revenue updating state’s tax tables to make filing taxes more predictable

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Revenue continues to work to improve the tax process for citizens of the Show-Me State, and...

Gov. Parson signs income tax cut into law, individual income tax rate lowered to...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missourians should be seeing more money in their pockets the coming years, a result of a bill signed into law...

Department of Revenue tax assistance offices help over 2,500 customers during first six months...

JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Revenue is today reporting that its five tax assistance offices have helped more than 2,500 customers and...

OPINION: Let’s Build on Tax Momentum with Tax Simplification

By John LeeTax Simple Center Before his resignation, Governor Greitens managed to help job creators—and their employees—one last time. He recently signed into law SB 884, which...

Tax cuts are here: Haahr’s bill awaits governor’s signature

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With less than 24 hours left in the 2018 regular session, the House gave final approval of a bill intended...

Senate, House sign off on corporate tax cut despite fiscal note error that could...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — An error in the fiscal analysis of a bill could have cost the State of Missouri more than $50 million in...

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