NFIB is throwing its weight behind Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s legal challenge to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act.
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A majority of small business owners in Missouri are confident they will remain open despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey.
March general revenue collections increased by more than 15 percent compared to the same time in 2020, according to the latest report.
A pair of bills in the Missouri House seek to bolster businesses impacted by shutdowns over the past year through a tax credit.
"To address localities’ concerns, Missouri lawmakers ought to revisit state funding toward tobacco control programs and offer robust funding to the communities by using existing tobacco monies."
After narrowly passing the House, a bill seeking to establish an education savings account program was heard by a Senate committee this week.
Gov. Parson authorized the transfer of $300 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to the state’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund.
The Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) extended its deadline for 2020 state individual tax filing and payment by a month.
Both the House and the Senate passed versions of a Wayfair tax, moving the legislative priority forward as session reached its midpoint.
"Most states have already eliminated property tax on vehicles, and Missourians want to see their leaders in Jefferson City follow suit."