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Paying Missouri Taxes Online


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Most Missouri taxes can be paid online. Where you need to pay depends on what tax you’re paying.

Paying Missouri Income Taxes

Missouri state income taxes are paid to the state Department of Revenue.

Missouri charges for all online payments. Paying from your bank account costs $0.50. Paying with a debit or credit card costs 2% of your tax payment plus $0.25.

If you want to pay Missouri taxes for free, you have to mail a check.

Paying Missouri Property Taxes

Missouri property taxes are paid to your local county tax collector. This includes both real estate property taxes and personal property taxes on things like your car.

Most tax collectors have an online payment option on their website. You can usually look up your property tax bill by your address.

Online payment options and convenience fees vary by county. You can also usually mail a check for free or visit your local tax collector’s office.

Paying Missouri Business Taxes

Missouri businesses may need to pay a number of taxes including employer withholding, sales tax, corporate tax, fuel tax, and tobacco tax.

Many business taxes require separate tax returns. Some taxes, such as payroll tax and sales tax, require you to file and pay throughout the year rather than filing a tax return at the end of the year.

You can file and pay business taxes online using MyTax Missouri. Convenience charges apply including $0.50 per ACH payment and 2% + $0.25 per debit or credit card payment.

Local taxes, such as a Kansas City business license, usually go through the local government rather than the state system.

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