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Missouri sales tax rate changes, October 2016


 Lots of it.

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Missouri on October 1, 2016. If you do business in Missouri, your tax compliance is likely to be affected by at least one of these changes.

County rate changes

  • Audrain County: new 0.25% county capital improvements tax
  • Cedar County: new 0.5% county sales tax
  • Crawford County: increasing the 0.25% county emergency services sales tax for E-911 to 0.375% (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Jasper County: new 0.35% county capital improvements sales tax
  • Jefferson County: extending the 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Knox County: new 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities and the county’s local use tax)
  • Macon County: expiring the existing 0.25% county capital improvements sales tax; extending the existing 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax. Both apply to the county’s local use tax. T
  • Miller County: extending the existing 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities and the county’s local use tax)
  • Ripley County: increasing the existing 0.5% county hospital district sales tax to 1% (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Schulyer County: extending the existing 0.5% county capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)

City rate changes

  • Bernie (Schulyer County): imposing a 0.5% city additional sales tax
  • Bourbon (Crawford County): new 0.5% city additional sales tax
  • Cameron: imposing a 0.25% city fire protection sales tax
  • Country Club Hills: imposing a local option use tax at the same rate as the city’s sales tax: 1.75%
  • Ferguson: imposing a 0.5% city economic development sales tax
  • Fulton: imposing a 0.5% city storm water / local parks sales tax
  • Goodman: imposing a 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax
  • Humansville: extending the existing 0.25% city fire protection sales tax
  • Louisiana: imposing a 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax and a 0.25% city storm water / local parks sales tax, both of which also apply to the city’s local use tax.
  • Malden: imposing a 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Marceline: imposing a 0.5% city storm water / local parks sales tax
  • Maryville: imposing a 0.125 city storm water / local parks sales tax
  • Oak Grove: imposing a 0.5% city additional sales tax
  • Osborn: imposing a 1% city sales tax
  • Paris: imposing a 0.5% city economic development sales tax
  • Phillipsburg: increasing the existing 0.5% city sales tax to 1% (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Pilot Grove: extending the existing 0.5% city public mass transportation sales tax and the existing 0.5% city capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the city’s local use tax)
  • Richmond: imposing a local option use tax at the same rate as the city’s sales tax (2%)
  • Seymour: imposing a 0.375 city capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the sale of domestic utilities)
  • Springfield: extending the existing 0.25% city capital improvements sales tax (also applies to the city’s local use tax)
  • Steele: imposing a 0.25% city capital improvements sales tax
  • Trenton: imposing a 0.25% city fire protection sales tax
  • Verona: imposing a 0.5% city additional sales tax
  • Winona: imposing a 0.5% city additional sales tax

Special district tax rate changes

  • Clark County Ambulance District: imposing a 0.5% district sales tax
  • Union Ambulance District: imposing a 0.5% district sales tax
  • 76 Entertainment Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • 705 Olive Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Beck Road and Belt Highway Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Edgewood Farms Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Lafayette Center Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales tax
  • Northpark Lane Community Improvement District (Jasper County): imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Ozark Hills Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Watts Mill Community Improvement District: imposing a 1% district sales and use tax
  • Stoddard County Emergency Services District: imposing a 0.1875% district sales tax for E-911
  • Lake of the Woods Transportation Development District: increasing the existing 0.625% district sales tax to 1%
  • Tracy Highlands Transportation Development District: imposing a 0.875% district sales tax

Additional information, including reporting codes, local tax rates for food and domestic utilities, is available at the Missouri Department of Revenue.

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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.