Missouri Brings in Big Bucks in Tax Amnesty
Jefferson City, MO – The state of Missouri took in twice as much money as expected during a three-month tax amnesty.
The program allowed people to pay overdue bills without penalty, and generated nearly $43 million for the state. Of that, $38 million will go to public schools.
Most of the payments were for overdue sales and income taxes. One check was written for more than $5.5 million dollars.