Missouri Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2022 Missouri: Sales Tax Handbook

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2022 Missouri Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been 31 local sales tax rate changes in Missouri. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.


Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
February 2022 Ripley
Raised from 5.225% to 5.725%
Naylor, Fairdealing and Oxly
February 2022 Barry Lawrence Co Amb Sp
Raised from 6.225% to 6.85%
Purdy
April 2021 Gibbs
Raised from 5.6% to 5.85%
Gibbs
March 2021 Eldon
Raised from 8.125% to 8.5%
Eldon
March 2021 Bernie Lowered from 8.413% to 8.4125% Bernie
March 2021 Dexter Lowered from 8.288% to 8.2875% Dexter
March 2021 Holden
Raised from 9.475% to 9.6%
Holden
March 2021 Leeton
Raised from 8.975% to 9.1%
Leeton
March 2021 Chaffee
Raised from 7.475% to 7.975%
Chaffee
March 2021 Blodgett
Raised from 5.225% to 5.725%
Blodgett
March 2021 Stockton
Raised from 8.475% to 8.725%
Caplinger Mills
March 2021 Concordia
Raised from 7.85% to 8.35%
Concordia
March 2021 Maplewood
Raised from 9.238% to 9.488%
Saint Louis
March 2021 Maryville Lowered from 8.6% to 8.475% Maryville
March 2021 Princeton
Raised from 7.975% to 8.475%
Princeton
March 2021 Riverside
Raised from 6.6% to 7.1%
Riverside
March 2021 Kirksville
Raised from 8.35% to 8.6%
Kirksville
March 2021 Creve Coeur
Raised from 8.488% to 8.988%
Saint Louis
March 2021 Knob Noster
Raised from 8.975% to 9.1%
Knob Noster
March 2021 Warrensburg
Raised from 8.85% to 8.975%
Warrensburg
March 2021 Adair County
Raised from 5.6% to 5.85%
Greentop, Novinger, Brashear, Green Castle and Gibbs
March 2021 Perry County
Raised from 6.1% to 6.6%
Perryville, Frohna, Old Appleton, Uniontown, Mc Bride, Brazeau and Farrar
March 2021 Whiteman Afb
Raised from 6.975% to 7.1%
Whiteman Air Force Base
March 2021 Carl Junction
Raised from 7.95% to 8.45%
Carl Junction
March 2021 Mercer County
Raised from 6.475% to 6.975%
Mercer
March 2021 Mountain View
Raised from 7.662% to 8.162%
Mountain View
March 2021 Johnson County
Raised from 6.975% to 7.1%
Kingsville, Centerview and Chilhowee
March 2021 Stoddard County Lowered from 6.413% to 6.4125% Bloomfield, Advance, Puxico, Essex, Dudley, Bell City, Grayridge, Brownwood and Catron
March 2021 Richmond Heights
Raised from 9.238% to 9.488%
Saint Louis
March 2021 El Dorado Springs
Raised from 8.225% to 8.475%
El Dorado Springs
March 2021 Miller Co Amb Dist
Raised from 5.725% to 6.1%
Iberia, Brumley, Kaiser, Tuscumbia, Saint Elizabeth, Olean and Ulman

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