tax moneyThe Missouri Department of Revenue has announced a number of sales tax rate changes, effective April 1, 2013. See the list of rate changes below and download a free Missouri sales tax rate table with current rates.

The following counties will experience changes to sales tax rates:

Update 4.1.2013: The city of Drexel announced a last minute sales tax rate increase.

Boone County: to impose a 1/4% childrens services sales tax;

Johnson County: to increase existing 1/4% E-911 emergency sales tax to 1/2%. Also applies to the sale of domestic utilities and use tax;

Moniteau County: to increase existing 1/2% E-9-11 emergency sales tax to 3.4%;

Boonville: to impose a 1/2% storm water/local parks sales tax;

Concordia: to impose a 1/4% storm water/local parks sales tax;

Gerald: to impose a 1% city sales tax;

Holts Summit; to extend a 1/3% capital improvements sales tax. Also impacts the city’s local use tax;

Jackson: to impose a 1/4% storm water/local parks sales tax;

Lake Ozark; to impose a 1/4% capital improvements sales tax;

Sarcoxie: to impose a 1/2% capital improvements sales tax;

Springfield: to extend the 1/8% public mass transportation sales tax. Also impacts the city’s local use tax;

212 S. Grand CID: to impose a 1% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of the city of St. Louis and no unincorporated areas, and is fully overlapped by the 212 S. Grand TDD;

10700 Pear Tree Lane CID: to impose a 1% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of the city of Edmundson and no unincorporated areas, and is fully overlapped by the 10700 Pear Tree Lane TDD.

Colonial Marketplace CID: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Clayton and a portion of the city of Ladue and no unincorporated areas;

Deer Creek Center CID: to impose a 1% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of the city of Maplewood and no unincorporated areas;

Imperial Main CID: to expire the existing 1% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of unincorporated Jefferson County, and is fully overlapped by the Rock Community Fire Protection District and the Rock Township Ambulance District;

NWP CID: to impose a 1% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of the city of St. Ann (T1) and no unincorporated areas.

Oak Barry CID:  to impose a 7/8% district sales and use tax. District includes a portion of the city of Kansas City, Clay County, and no unincorporated areas;

Raymore Galleria CID: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Raymore and no unincorporated areas;

Stateline CID: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of unincorporated Butler County;

10700 Pear Tree Lane TDD: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Edmundson and no unincorporated areas. District is fully overlapped by the 10700 Pear Tree Lane CID;

Blue Ridge Town Centre TDD: to impose a 5/8% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Columbia and no unincorporated areas.

Diebergs Osage Beach TDD: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Osage Beach, Camden County, and no unincorporated areas;

Kansas City Downtown Streetcar TDD: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Kansas City, Jackson County, and no unincorporated areas. Fully overlaps the Performing Arts CID and the 1200 Main/South Loop TDD; and

Poplar Bluff Regional TDD: to impose a 1% district sales tax. District includes a portion of the city of Poplar Bluff and no unincorporated areas. Fully overlaps the Poplar Bluff Conference Center TDD.

For a complete list of all areas affected by the upcoming rate changes, please see the Missouri Department of Revenue.

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