SB 858 Modifies provisions relating to income taxes
Sponsor: Kraus
LR Number: 6005S.01I Fiscal Note available
Committee: Ways and Means
Last Action: 5/16/2014 - S Formal Calendar S Bills for Perfection--SB 858-Kraus Journal Page:
Title: Calendar Position: 1
Effective Date: Upon voter approval

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SB 858 - The act modifies the individual income tax rate table. The maximum tax rate on personal income will be reduced by one percent over a period of years. Each reduction to the rate will be by one-tenth of a percent. No reduction will go into effect unless the net general revenue collected in the previous fiscal year exceeded the amount of net general revenue in any one of the three fiscal years prior to such year by at least $100 million. Once fully phased in, the top rate of tax on individual income will be five percent. (Sections 143.011 & 143.021)

The act creates an individual income tax deduction for business income and phases it in over a period of years. Each increase to the deduction amount will be by ten percent. Once fully phased-in, taxpayers will be allowed a fifty percent deduction. No increase to the deduction will go into effect unless the net general revenue collected in the previous fiscal year exceeded the amount of net general revenue in any one of the three fiscal years prior to such year by at least $100 million. Shareholders of S corporations and partners in partnerships will be allowed a proportional deduction based their share of ownership. (Section 143.022)

Currently, there is a personal exemption amount of $2,100 for personal income taxes. This act increases the exemption amount by $1,000 for individuals with a Missouri adjusted gross income of less than $20,000. (Section 143.151)

This act contains a referendum clause.

This act is similar to provisions contained in SS#3/SCS/SBs 509 & 496 (2014), SS/HB 253 (2013) and SB 26 (2013). The business income deduction provisions are similar to HB 2213 (2014), HB 1254 (2014), HB 1295 (2014), HB 1453 (2014), HB 2073 (2014), HB 2290 (2014), SB 11 (2013), SB 26 (2013), HB 536 (2013), and SB 661 (2012).

MIKE HAMMANN