Missouri is one of 41 states that collect a state income tax. If you are a full time, part-time or nonresident of Missouri and filed a federal tax return, you must also file an individual tax return with Missouri state.
Missouri doesn’t collect property taxes at the state level. Property taxes are instead collected at the local level, by cities, counties and school districts. Homestead exemptions are not automatic in Missouri; you must file an application to receive the property tax discount.
|Property Tax Forms||Pertains To||Use These Forms If..|
|Homestead Exemptions||Homeowners||You qualify for a homestead exemption on your primary residence. Must file locally.|
|Property Tax Credits/Exemptions||Home, Land, Property Owners||You qualify for any number of property tax credits or exemptions. Must file locally.|
|All Property Tax Forms||Home, Land, Property Owners||You own any property in MO, including a home, land or commercial real estate.|
Missouri is one of 25 states that has a Vehicle Property Tax, which is filed locally. All Missouri state specific tax forms, specialty forms and motor vehicle forms provided below.
|All Other Forms||Pertains To||Use These Forms If..|
|Vehicle Property Tax||Owner of a Motor Vehicle||You own a motor vehicle. Vehicle property tax is filed locally. |
|Motor Vehicle Tax Forms||Buyer, Seller in Vehicle Transactions||You bought or sold a motor vehicle in MO.|
|All Missouri Tax Forms||Any Tax Filer||You need to find any tax form applicable to Missouri.|
Missouri offers installment agreements for help paying tax bills, income tax credits and official resources for understanding and filing local property tax forms. The main Missouri tax form and instruction portal is also provided.