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Tax Relief in Missouri

Missouri MapMissouri residents typically have a lower tax burden when compared with other states in the nation. With respect to individual income tax, for instance, Missouriís top tax rate of 6% ranks 20th highest among all states that levy an individual income tax. Similarly, the state average of $806 collected per person for state and local income taxes is 22nd lowest nationwide. Property taxes in Missouri are approximately $979 per person, 16th lowest in America.

Even when looking at federal taxes collected, Missouri residents pay considerably less than the national average: $9,277, compared to $11,715.

However, despite its relatively low tax rates, Missouri has experienced a significant decline of 17.5% in the median household income, dropping to an average of $50,311. This mirrors the struggles of every state in the nation, and has led Missourians to consider tax relief as a solution to their mounting financial pressures, which include the burden of tax debt. This tax debt can mount as people find themselves with just enough money in each paycheck to meet the most urgent needs, like buying groceries, going to the doctor, putting gas in the car, or paying the mortgage. There is often very little left over at the end of the month to save up for the April 15th bill due to local, state, and federal governments. For that reason, many Missourians need help managing their tax debt.

Tax relief companies work with clientsí outstanding tax debts and help devise a solution to their serious tax problems. These problems often include the stress of federal and state tax collection agenciesí involvement as well as wage garnishment. Experts in tax relief have a wide range of strategies available to help clients, such as tax levy and lien investigation, negotiating penalty abatement, and reducing their overall tax liability.

 

Gas tax defeat means Missouri lawmakers will be seeking money for roads

Missouri voters' rejection of a gasoline tax increase last week leaves state officials scrambling again for a successful route to solving the Missouri Department of Transportation's chronic money prob...

Published:  Mon, 12 Nov 2018 06:57:00 GMT



With the failure of Missouri's gas tax increase, what's next for the roads

On Election Day, Missourians said no to raising the state's gasoline tax by 10 cents a gallon over the next four years. Since there was no organized opposition, the defeat of Proposition D was a surpr...

Published:  Wed, 07 Nov 2018 23:53:00 GMT



Missouri voters approval medical marijuana, reject gas tax

ST. LOUIS - Missouri voters on Tuesday approved a measure that would give them access to medical marijuana, joining a long list of states that allow the once-forbidden drug to be used for medicinal pu...

Published:  Wed, 07 Nov 2018 04:31:00 GMT



With failure of gas tax, Missouri transportation budget may face rocky road

Voters' sound defeat of a proposition to raise Missouri's gas tax by 10 cents makes the state's path to improving its crumbling roads and bridges less clear. Supporters of the increase are planning th...

Published:  Fri, 09 Nov 2018 04:36:00 GMT



Missouri voters once again reject gas tax increase to improve roads

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri voters have spoken. They won't shell out any extra tax money for gas. On Tuesday, they voted down Proposition D, which would have increased the gas tax by 10 cents ...

Published:  Fri, 09 Nov 2018 00:30:00 GMT



BioGenerator seeking up to $1.5 million in state tax credits for new lab space

A St. Louis economic development agency is working with BioSTL to procure $1.5 million in Missouri tax credits to support the development of new lab space in the Cortex district. BioSTL operates BioGe...

Published:  Fri, 16 Nov 2018 03:29:00 GMT



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