Greitens Appoints 2 Former Senators to Tax CommitteeGov. Eric Greitens has appointed two former Missouri senators and the new Department of Revenue director to a committee tasked with recommending changes to Missouri's tax system.
Amendment Protecting Services from New Taxes on November BallotRead the verbiage of Constitutional Amendment Four here.
Missouri May Change License Plate for Bicentennial CelebrationMissourians get the chance to vote on the state's website.
Missouri Taxi Companies Say Proposals Too Easy on Uber, LyftBut taxi companies and some local regulators told a House panel Tuesday the proposed legislation allows ride-sharing companies to duck some of the most expensive rules on the industry, creating a system that puts traditional companies at a disadvantage.
Missouri Behind Pace in Paying Tax RefundsThe Department of Revenue had nearly 367,000 income tax refunds still pending on May 12, nearly a month after the deadline to file tax returns.
Mo. House Votes to Expand Sales Tax Exemptions Pizza parlors, doughnut shops and even convenience stores all could be in line for a tax break on the food that they make and sell as a result of a measure moving through the Missouri Legislature.
Gay Couples Sue To Overturn Kan. Tax Filing PolicyTwo married gay couples have filed a lawsuit to overturn a Kansas policy that prevents them from filing joint state income tax returns.
Lake St. Louis Rep. Wants AG Koster's Opinion on Same-Sex PolicyGov. Nixon has directed Missouri's Department of Revenue to accept joint tax returns from same-sex couples who were legally married in other states.
St. Louis Property Tax Assessments Expected TodayIf you were hoping for your property value to increase from last year, that's not the case. Collector of Revenue Gregory F.X. Daly says values in St. Louis are flat.
Missouri Auditor Says License Policy Violated State LawAn analysis by Schweich's office concluded that the Department of Revenue broke state law by implementing the driver's license policy last December without first publishing a formal rule change.
Missouri Bill Lets County Sheriffs Print Concealed Weapons PermitsMissouri's county sheriffs would become responsible for printing concealed weapons permits instead of the state Revenue Department under legislation sent to the governor Thursday.
Gov. Nixon to Testify in 'Gun List' CaseIt was in Stoddard County that a lawsuit was filed against the Missouri Department of Revenue and the plaintiff's attorney says Gov. Nixon shares responsibility.

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