How much is the Missouri state sales tax?

Answer Missouri charges 4.225 percent state sales tax on most purchases of tangible personal property and services. Food is taxed at a rate of 1.225 percent. Additional sales taxes may be added by counti... Read More »

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What is Missouri's sales tax?

As of 2009, Missouri has a statewide sales tax of 4.225 percent on the purchase of tangible personal property, according to the St. Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association. Certain counties hav... Read More »

How to Figure Missouri Sales Tax on a Car?

Some states have complicated auto-sales tax plans. Missouri, however, is not one of them. When you register a vehicle in Missouri, you pay a onetime sales tax that is based on the selling price of ... Read More »

How much is auto sales tax in Missouri?

The state of Missouri requires that all consumers purchasing vehicles must pay state sales tax, currently at 4.225 percent. The rate is applied to the net price of the vehicle after trade-in values... Read More »

What day is the sales tax free in missouri?

The sales tax holiday in Missouri begins on the first Friday of August and ends on the following Sunday. Shoppers can buy back-to-school supplies such as pencils, clothing and paper without paying ... Read More »