Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Ways and Means

SB 4 - Schmitt - Increases the amount of the personal income tax cut and the business income deduction in current law
SB 15 - Dixon - Creates the Study Commission on State Tax Policy
SB 18 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to notify sellers if there is a change in sales tax law interpretation
SB 19 - Kraus - Creates a new method of allocating corporate income between states for tax purposes
SB 20 - Kraus - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for materials and utilities used by commercial laundries
SB 25 - Sater - Creates a tax credit based on the number of the taxpayer's dependent children
SB 32 - Cunningham - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for used manufactured homes
SB 40 - LeVota - Authorizes an earned income tax credit
SB 57 - Dixon - Creates a sales tax exemption for fitness facilities, gyms, and dance studios
SB 73 - Holsman - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program and modifies certain provisions relating to it
SB 77 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program
SB 98 - Emery - Exempts capital gains on gold and silver from income tax and authorizes the storage of gold and silver in private repositories
SB 115 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 149 - Parson - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 163 - Nasheed - Creates a tax credit for adoption of dogs or cats from a shelter
SB 177 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers
SB 180 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a tax credit for adoption of dogs or cats from a shelter
SB 190 - Curls - Removes the expiration of the Kansas City transportation sales tax and modifies provisions relating to audits of transportation development districts
SB 223 - Schatz - Eliminates a provision allowing for property tax levy adjustments for inflation and modifies standing for Hancock Amendment challenges
SB 242 - Dixon - Allows Greene County, or any city within the county, to impose a sales tax, upon voter approval, to fund early childhood education
SB 314 - Wallingford - Classifies short term rental merchandise as inventory and exempt from property taxes and specifies how to assess real property with certain restrictions
SB 336 - Kraus - Modifies provision relating to income tax withholdings on employee's tips
SB 343 - Wasson - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 350 - Schaefer - Specifies when interest begins to accrue on tax refunds and requires the Department of Revenue to deposit payments within 2 days
SB 353 - Silvey - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 374 - Schatz - Creates an income tax deduction for payments received as part of a program that compensates agricultural producers for losses from disaster or emergency
SB 377 - Schatz - Creates an exemption for sales of aircraft to nonresidents
SB 397 - Silvey - Authorizes community improvement districts created by Kansas City in Clay County to impose a sales tax and modifies what the funds may be used for
SB 420 - Schmitt - Provides for direct deposit of income tax refund to MOST accounts
SB 421 - Dixon - Modifies ballot language for the public safety sales tax in Springfield
SB 442 - Schaefer - Modifies the composition of tax increment financing commissions in Boone County
SB 450 - Emery - Expands the dependency exemption for income taxes to stillbirths
SB 462 - Schaefer - Creates an income tax deduction for certain penalties assessed under the Affordable Care Act and paid on a federal return
SB 463 - Dixon - Removes the sunsets on the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit and the Developmental Disability Care Provider Tax Credit
SB 471 - Schaaf - Expands the dependency exemption for income taxes to stillbirths
SB 480 - Onder - Creates a state sales and use tax exemption for utilities, equipment, and materials used to generate or transmit electricity
SB 484 - Wieland - Allows taxpayers to deduct the full amount of costs associated with a search and rescue operation
SB 554 - Munzlinger - Specifies that quarries and mining equipment will be assessed based on the previous year's production
SJR 9 - Schmitt - Amends the Constitution to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 11 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit
HB 32 - Hoskins - Prohibits increases in user fees imposed by the state until 2019 and reauthorizes a deduction for job creation by small businesses
HB 101 - Redmon - Creates a state sales tax exemption for utilities use in food preparation
HB 111 - Crawford - Changes the laws regarding sales tax on used manufactured homes
HB 117 - Burlison - Modifies how sales tax is imposed on places of amusement and entertainment
HB 132 - Brattin - Creates a fuel tax exemption for fuel delivered to marinas for use solely in watercraft
HB 268 - Miller - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
HB 299 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
HB 389 - Hoskins - Allows businesses to make one monthly payment to the Dept. of Revenue to cover all taxes and fees assessed against it that month by the state and any political subdivision
HB 410 - Kelley - Adds specified graphing calculators to the list of items that are exempt from sales tax during the annual sales tax holiday for school supplies
HB 430 - Curtman - Establishes the Taxpayer Transparency Act
HB 440 - Koenig - Allows sellers to advertise that sales tax will be assumed by the seller
HB 444 - English - Creates a new income tax deduction for taxpayers completing fire fighter training
HB 502 - Kelley - Allows employers to file withholdings taxes on an annual basis when the aggregate amount withheld in each of the previous four quarters is less than $100
HB 513 - McCaherty - Modifies provisions relating to business filing fees
HB 517 - Higdon - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
HB 759 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to sales tax refund claims
HB 777 - Pfautsch - Modifies laws regarding audits for transportation development districts
HB 811 - Richardson - Modifies provisions relating to income taxes

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