Federal taxation is handled by the Internal Revenue Service.
Filing Missouri Personal Taxes
The Missouri Department of Revenue’s personal tax website has information and services to help you understand your tax obligation and make payments. Visit the personal tax website »
Personal Tax Topics
Taxes in Other States
Visit the Federation of Tax Administrators website to locate tax forms for other states.
Sales Tax – a State and Local Tax
The state’s sales tax is imposed on the purchase price of tangible personal property or taxable service sold at retail. Use tax is imposed on the storage, use or consumption of tangible personal property in this state. The 4.225 percent state sales and use tax is distributed into four funds to finance portions of state government – General Revenue (3.0 percent), Conservation (0.125 percent), Education (1.0 percent), and Parks/Soils (0.10 percent). Cities and counties may impose a local sales and use tax. Special taxing districts (such as fire districts) may also impose additional sales and use taxes.
Personal Property Taxes – a Local Tax
Personal property taxes on items like homes, cars and boats are local taxes. For more information on personal property taxes, contact your County Assessor’s Office.
Use the resources below to learn more about business taxes in Missouri.