TAX REFORM
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TAX REFORM

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HB1225 --- Sponsor: Lair, Mike --- CoSponsor: Dieckhaus, Scott
Increases the Missouri dependency exemption from $1,200 to $1,500 for each qualified dependent claimed by a resident
HB1225 -- (LR# 3242L.01I)
HCS Voted Do Pass (H) HB1227 --- Sponsor: Kraus, Will --- CoSponsor: Dieckhaus, Scott
Increases the Missouri dependency exemption from $1,200 to $2,000 for each qualified dependent claimed by a resident
HB1227 -- (LR# 3051L.02I)
HCS Voted Do Pass (H) HB1240 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Authorizes a state income tax deduction for tuition costs for any dependent of a resident taxpayer enrolled in any elementary or secondary school or postsecondary education institution in this state
HB1240 -- (LR# 3256L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Public Hearing Completed (H) HB1251 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Requires the reporting of health insurance information on Missouri income tax returns and the providing of a notice to those taxpayers eligible for health insurance assistance for dependent children
HB1251 -- (LR# 3204L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1316 --- Sponsor: Deeken, Bill
Changes the laws regarding the collection of property taxes and the assessment of property
HB1316 -- (LR# 3545L.01I)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) HB1387 --- Sponsor: Gatschenberger, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Jones, Timothy W.
Establishes the Firearms and Ammunition Sales Tax Holiday
HB1387 -- (LR# 3845L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1408 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley --- CoSponsor: Gatschenberger, Chuck
Changes the time period before interest is paid on an overpayment of income tax from four months to 90 days after the last date to file a return, including an extension, or the date the return was filed
CCS SS HCS HB 1408 & 1514 -- (LR# 3839L.07T)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) HB1514 --- Sponsor: Cox, Stanley --- CoSponsor: Gatschenberger, Chuck
Changes the time period before interest is paid on an overpayment of income tax from four months to 90 days after the last date to file a return, including an extension, or the date the return was filed
HB1514 -- (LR# 3634L.01I)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) HB1520 --- Sponsor: Smith, Jason --- CoSponsor: Kraus, Will
Increases the deduction for personal and dependency exemptions for income tax
HB1520 -- (LR# 4017L.01I)
HCS Voted Do Pass (H) HB1529 --- Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Exempts motor fuel used to operate school buses transporting students for educational purposes from the motor fuel tax
HB1529 -- (LR# 4154L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1586 --- Sponsor: Kirkton, Jeanne --- CoSponsor: Jones, Tishaura
Authorizes a sales and use tax exemption for certain physical exercise or personal training classes that provide spiritual benefits to their practitioners
HB1586 -- (LR# 4219L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1606 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Schlottach, Charles
Specifies that "farm machinery and equipment" as it relates to exemptions for sales tax will include certain all-terrain vehicles
HB1606 -- (LR# 4243L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1800 --- Sponsor: Gatschenberger, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Nieves, Brian D.
Authorizes a homestead property tax exemption phased in over 15 years for certain individuals 65 years of age or older
HB1800 -- (LR# 4387L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Public Hearing Completed (H) HB1835 --- Sponsor: Zimmerman, Jake --- CoSponsor: McNeil, Margo
Allows individuals who are 62 years of age or older to defer paying property taxes on their residences under certain conditions by filing a claim with the county assessor
HB1835 -- (LR# 3820L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Public Hearing Completed (H) HB1891 --- Sponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to 33 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes to be deposited, less a 3% collection fee, into the General Revenue Fund
HB1891 -- (LR# 4383L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1915 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff
Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act which authorizes an individual income tax credit equal to 20% of any earned income tax credit claimed by the taxpayer on his or her federal income tax return
HB1915 -- (LR# 3513L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1917 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Larry --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption on all sales of horse or utility trailers used solely for agricultural purposes
HB1917 -- (LR# 4725L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1919 --- Sponsor: Webber, Stephen --- CoSponsor: Still, Mary
Authorizes an income tax credit for donations to the capital improvements fund of any public university in Missouri for its nursing or allied health professions programs
HB1919 -- (LR# 3841L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1953 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Requires county governing bodies to allow taxpayers to prepay all or any portion of their property taxes monthly based on their previous year's tax bill
HB1953 -- (LR# 4544L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Public Hearing Completed (H) HB1954 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Lowers the maximum penalty on delinquent property taxes in all counties except St. Louis City from 18% to 9% until January 1, 2014
HB1954 -- (LR# 4542L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1955 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Requires county governing bodies to allow for installment payments of all or any portion of a taxpayer's current or delinquent real property taxes over a six-month period following the due date
HB1955 -- (LR# 4543L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1976 --- Sponsor: Bivins, Walt --- CoSponsor: Allen, Sue
Exempts the retail sales of food in St. Louis County from the county's emergency services sales tax
HB1976 -- (LR# 4517L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1980 --- Sponsor: Kratky, Michele --- CoSponsor: Colona, Mike
Authorizes an income tax credit for the costs incurred in the renovation of a taxpayer's rented dwelling or residence
HB1980 -- (LR# 4428L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB1981 --- Sponsor: Kratky, Michele --- CoSponsor: Spreng, Michael
Authorizes an income tax credit for certain small businesses who hire a person who is disabled or recently discharged from a correctional facility
HB1981 -- (LR# 4421L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2045 --- Sponsor: Frame, Michael --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent
Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for new vehicles assembled and sold in Missouri on or after January 1, 2011, including motorcycles and boats
HB2045 -- (LR# 3921L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2054 --- Sponsor: Meiners, Kate --- CoSponsor: Norr, Charlie
Extends the income tax credit for donations to food pantries from August 28, 2011, until August 28, 2023
HB2054 -- (LR# 4782L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2071 --- Sponsor: Hummel, Jacob --- CoSponsor: Carter, Chris
Changes the interest rate charged for delinquent property taxes in the City of St. Louis
HB2071 -- (LR# 4446L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2091 --- Sponsor: Frame, Michael --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent
Exempts residential property owned by an individual 62 years of age or older from certain increases in assessed valuation
HB2091 -- (LR# 3922L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2092 --- Sponsor: Frame, Michael --- CoSponsor: Casey, Ron
Establishes the Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax holiday on retail purchases of certain firearms
HB2092 -- (LR# 3924L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2093 --- Sponsor: Frame, Michael --- CoSponsor: Kander, Jason
Authorizes a tax credit to an individual, partnership, or corporation for 100% of the salary and benefits paid to an employee while on active military duty as a member of a reserve or national guard unit
HB2093 -- (LR# 3390L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2131 --- Sponsor: Parkinson, Mark A. --- CoSponsor: Icet, Allen
Requires a $2 deduction each pay period from the Governor's personal pay to be deposited into the Governor Nixon's Federal Scratch-Off, Match-Off Fund to purchase a Powerball lottery ticket each week
HB2131 -- (LR# 4979L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Public Hearing Completed (H) HB2138 --- Sponsor: Carter, Chris --- CoSponsor: Hummel, Jacob
Establishes the Green Building Tax Credit which authorizes a tax credit for an individual who constructs or rehabilitates an existing structure into a green building, base building, or tenant space
HB2138 -- (LR# 4773L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2146 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Koenig, Andrew
Authorizes an individual income tax credit of up to $1,000 for actual educational expenses paid for a taxpayer's dependent or up to $2,000 if the dependent has special emotional and physical needs
HB2146 -- (LR# 3942L.03I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2154 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Allows sellers to advertise that the required sales tax will be assumed or absorbed into the price of the property sold or the services rendered if the amount of the tax is separately stated
HB2154 -- (LR# 5087L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2185 --- Sponsor: Schupp, Jill --- CoSponsor: Talboy, Mike
Authorizes a sales tax exemption for educational or fitness class fees paid to any health club, athletic club, exercise club, fitness club, or other similar club or facility
HB2185 -- (LR# 3526L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2215 --- Sponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah
Phases out over a five-year period the state sales and use tax on the retail sales of food and replaces the revenue with an increase in the excise tax on wine and liquor
HB2215 -- (LR# 4381L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2228 --- Sponsor: Day, David
Authorizes the City of St. Robert to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax to be used for economic development initiatives
HB2228 -- (LR# 5157L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2240 --- Sponsor: Talboy, Mike --- CoSponsor: Silvey, Ryan
Eliminates the in-lieu watercraft tax for most watercraft making an owner liable for any state and local sales taxes and requires the revenue be used to assist victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse
HB2240 -- (LR# 5203L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2265 --- Sponsor: Funderburk, Doug --- CoSponsor: Koenig, Andrew
Eliminates the annual corporate income tax beginning January 1, 2011
HB2265 -- (LR# 5140L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2267 --- Sponsor: Schieffer, Ed --- CoSponsor: Hodges, Steve
Prohibits real property taxes from increasing or decreasing by more than 5% above or below the tax levied in the previous year
HB2267 -- (LR# 5131L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2268 --- Sponsor: Schieffer, Ed --- CoSponsor: Hodges, Steve
Allows taxpayers who own real property to request the assessor and the office of any other county or city official to review the assessment of his or her property
HB2268 -- (LR# 5132L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2296 --- Sponsor: Low, Beth
Requires certain corporations to file an annual tax disclosure statement
HB2296 -- (LR# 3666L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2325 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Chris
Authorizes a check-off box for the Organ Donor Program Fund to be added to the individual and corporate income tax forms and allows for a separate check donation to be sent in with payment of taxes
HB2325 -- (LR# 5361L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2334 --- Sponsor: Holsman, Jason R.
Authorizes a state income tax deduction of up to $500 to a taxpayer for the cost of school supplies and books he or she purchased to home school a child
HB2334 -- (LR# 5331L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2342 --- Sponsor: Rucker, Martin T. --- CoSponsor: Conway, Pat
Authorizes a state and local sales tax exemption for gratuities, whether mandatory or voluntary, provided with the receipt of property or services
HB2342 -- (LR# 5240L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2360 --- Sponsor: Aull, Joe
Requires counties to allow installment payments when the property taxes on a homestead increase by more than 15% in any year due to reassessment
HB2360 -- (LR# 5381L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2367 --- Sponsor: Schad, Rodney --- CoSponsor: Pollock, Darrell
Changes the state and local sales tax rate for a retail sale of personal property or taxable service at a temporary business location or a door-to-door sale to the rate in effect at the purchase location
HB2367 -- (LR# 5388L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2373 --- Sponsor: Funderburk, Doug --- CoSponsor: Smith, Joe
Allows political subdivisions to revise certain tax rates
HB2373 -- (LR# 5399L.01I)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H) HB2383 --- Sponsor: Leara, Mike
Changes the laws regarding the distribution of the St. Louis County sales tax
HB2383 -- (LR# 5244L.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2390 --- Sponsor: Parkinson, Mark A. --- CoSponsor: Funderburk, Doug
Repeals the hotel and motel license tax limits for all fourth class cities
HB2390 -- (LR# 5446L.01I)
House Committee: TAX REFORM
Motion to Do Pass Failed (H) HB2394 --- Sponsor: Leara, Mike
Authorizes an income tax deduction equal to the amount of the down payment on the first-time purchase of a primary residence
HB2394 -- (LR# 5439L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2395 --- Sponsor: Leara, Mike
Specifies that the true value in money on real property for property taxation will be the assessed value in 2009 or the most recent sale price until the property is sold
HB2395 -- (LR# 5438L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2406 --- Sponsor: Scharnhorst, Dwight --- CoSponsor: Jones, Timothy W.
Authorizes an income tax deduction for tuition, attendance fees, and school supplies purchased for educating a dependent enrolled in a Missouri elementary or secondary school
HB2406 -- (LR# 5351L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2427 --- Sponsor: Jones, Timothy W. --- CoSponsor: Icet, Allen
Establishes the School Choice Tax Credit Act which authorizes an income tax credit for a taxpayer who donates to a scholarship-granting organization
HB2427 -- (LR# 5078L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2443 --- Sponsor: Brandom, Ellen
Requires an individual when registering a motor vehicle or trailer to also present a paid receipt or a certified statement that he or she has paid the city property taxes in the preceding year if applicable
HB2443 -- (LR# 5469L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2457 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: Jones, Timothy W.
Eliminates the individual income tax on Missouri taxable income of $9,000 or less and changes the tax rate to 4% on the amount of income over $9,000
HB2457 -- (LR# 5483L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HB2475 --- Sponsor: Diehl, John
Authorizes St. Louis County, upon voter approval, to impose a sales tax of up to one-tenth of 1% on all retail sales, except for food, to establish, operate, and maintain an emergency communications system
HB2475 -- (LR# 5485L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HCR26 --- Sponsor: Schieffer, Ed --- CoSponsor: Hodges, Steve
Disapproves the State Tax Commission's proposed state regulation regarding the value of each grade of agricultural and horticultural land in Section 137.021, RSMo, for the 2011 and 2012 assessment years
HCR26 -- (LR# 4185L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HCR44 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Expresses the opposition of the General Assembly to any federal or state effort to impose discriminatory taxes on food or beverages
HCR44 -- (LR# 4484L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HCR60 --- Sponsor: Brown, Dan --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney Joe
Directs the Governor to instruct the Department of Revenue pay interest on any taxpayer refund that is not paid out within 45 days after receipt of a tax return
HCR60 -- (LR# 4883L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) HJR49 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Funderburk, Doug
Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing the Missouri Taxpayer Protection Initiative which prohibits state funds from being expended for certain cloning, human research, and abortion services
HJR49 -- (LR# 3714L.01I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) SB816 --- Sponsor: Lembke, Jim
Modifies provisions of law allowing interest on overpayments of income tax
SB816 -- (LR# 4581S.01P)
Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H) SB945 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan
Modifies provisions relating to court actions by the Department of Mental Health
SB945 -- (LR# 5006S.01P)
Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H) SCR52 --- Sponsor: Lager, Brad
Recognizes that tax refunds lawfully belong to the people and that the Governor and the Department of Revenue must ensure that income tax refunds are processed and returned in a timely manner
SCR52 -- (LR# 5059S.02I)
Referred: Tax Reform (H) redbar
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