Missourians for Tax Reform is a coalition of concerned citizens who believe we need meaningful reforms to Missouri’s tax system in order for our state and it’s citizens to be successful. With a more efficient, fair and simple tax system, we can build a stronger foundation for Missouri’s future.

What is the Missouri Taxpayer Relief Act?
The Missouri Taxpayer Relief Act is based on the idea that working people should not be taxed twice on their income. This act would replace the Missouri income tax (individual) with a consumer-driven sales tax. That means Missourians would pay taxes on the things they choose to buy – not on the fruits of their labor. Under the act, the state sales tax would increase by less than three percent. Yet, Missouri would become a much better place to live and to work. We would keep businesses here and attract new ones.

What's Happening

Tax Reform in Oklahoma

Tax Reform in Oklahoma

Oklahoma continues to stay in the news on the issue of state income tax reform. Yesterday the Oklahoma House passed two separate bills on the subject, including Governor Fallin’s proposal and a bill based on a study by economist Art Laffer. Meanwhile the Oklahoma Senate has also passed two bills that would lower the state income tax. Read more
Competition Only Grows

Competition Only Grows

States throughout the Heartland continue to compete to attract business to their state. Concerns over state income tax continue in Kansas. In this article, Brownback is quoted saying, “We must cut Kansas income taxes or we will have another lost decade.” Read more