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Missouri Sales Tax Rate Changes, April 2015


 Local sales and use tax rate changes coming to Missouri in April 2015.

Many local sales and use tax rate changes will take effect in Missouri on April 1, 2015.

The following localities will impose new taxes:

  • Brookfield: 0.5% city storm water/local parks sales and use tax.
  • La Plata: will impose the existing 0.4% city capital improvements sales tax on sales of domestic utilities. The change only affects the domestic utility rate.
  • Liberty: 0.375% city economic development sales tax.
  • Marshfield: 0.5% city storm water/local parks sales tax.
  • Portageville: 0.5% city capital improvement sales tax.
  • Princeton: 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax.
  • Ralls County: 0.5% county sales and use tax.
  • Francois County: 0.375% county sales tax for E-911.
    • Park Hills: 0.25% city fire protection sales tax.
  • Wright County: 0.375% county sales tax for E-911 and sales of domestic utilities.

The localities below will extend the following existing taxes:

  • Albany: 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax.
  • Cuba: 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax.
  • Springfield: 0.75% city public safety sales and use tax.
  • Sullivan County: 0.5% county capital improvements sales and use tax; also applies to sales of domestic utilities.

Community Improvement District (CID) changes:

  • Aide/St. Charles Rock Road CID will impose a 1% district sales and use tax. The CID includes a portion of the city of St Ann and a portion of the city of St Ann (T2).
  • Bridgeton NWP CID will impose a 1% district sales and use tax. The CID includes a portion of the city of Bridgeton but no unincorporated areas.
  • Deerbrook Marketplace CID will impose a 1% district sales and use tax. The CID includes a portion of the city of Ozark but no unincorporated areas.
  • Downtown Lee’s Summit CID will impose a 1% district sales and use tax. The CID includes a portion of the city of Lee’s Summit in Jackson County but no unincorporated areas.
  • South Highway 67 CID will impose a 1% district sales tax. The CID includes a portion of unincorporated Butler County.
  • Hampton/Berthold Transportation Development District will impose a 1% district sales tax. The district includes a portion of the city of St. Louis and is fully overlapped by the Hampton/Berthold CID. There are no unincorporated areas in this CID.
  • Harry Truman Drive Truman Drive Transportation Development District will impose a 0.5% district sales tax. This district includes a portion of the city of Grandview but no unincorporated areas.
  • Louis Food Hub Transportation Development District will impose a 1% district sales tax. The district includes a portion of the City of St. Louis and is fully overlapped by the Georgian Square CID. There are no unincorporated areas in this district.

Missouri local use tax rates tend to be a fraction of the local sales tax rates. In addition, there are different rates for food and domestic utilities, and there are special rates for a manufacturing  exemption. For example, in April 2015, St. Francois County will have the following rates:

  • Sales tax: 6.350%
  • Use tax: 4.225%
  • Food tax: 3.350%
  • Domestic utilities: 0.500%
  • Manufacturing exemption: 2.125%

Missouri Department of Revenue website.

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Gail Cole
Avalara Author
Gail Cole
Gail Cole
Avalara Author Gail Cole
Gail began researching and writing about sales tax in 2012 and has been fascinated with it ever since. She has a penchant for uncovering unusual tax facts, and endeavors to make complex sales tax laws more digestible for both experts and laypeople.