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Thu Aug 22, 2019, 10:55 AM

Parson Calls Special Legislative Session For Car Sales Tax

Gov. Mike Parson is calling a special session next month to clear up an issue regarding sales tax bills on new cars.

In June, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled in Kehlenbrink v. Director of Revenue that the sale proceeds of only one used vehicle can be applied as a credit on a new car. The Department of Revenue was allowing couples to turn in more than one used vehicle to bring down the sales tax on a new model.

“After reviewing the court’s decision, we’ve decided to call a special session because it’s simply the right thing to do for the people of our state,” Parson said in a statement Wednesday. “The enforcement of this decision would create a financial burden on Missouri taxpayers and unnecessary government red tape that we can proactively prevent.”

According to estimates from the governor, this affects roughly 3,000 Missourians.


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Thu Aug 22, 2019, 11:32 AM

1. Unnecessary special sessions helped oust our last governor. keep up the good work

gov parsons.

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