Monday, April 15, 2013
For the past six days, the website has experienced slowness, which is causing a delay in a confirmation receipt for tax filers.
If you filed your Missouri tax return electronically and haven’t received an electronic receipt for it, don’t worry, it’s OK, according to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article. The electronic income tax filing system for the Missouri Department of Revenue has slowed down and, in return, filers are receiving late receipt confirmation messages from the state. Per the Missouri Department of Revenue website: "Taxpayers can electronically file from a computer, or by using a tax preparer who is an approved Electronic Return Originator (ERO). The state return is transmitted to the IRS along with the federal return. When the federal return is accepted, an acknowledgment (electronic confirmation) is sent from the IRS. The IRS then transmits the state …
Saturday, January 26, 2013
Check out recent crime news in O'Fallon.
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
Sherri Poff pled guilty to two felony counts of failure to file and pay state and local sales taxes for Masterpiece Bar-B-Que restaurant in Chesterfield.
An O'Fallon woman has pled guilty to two felony counts of failure to file and pay state and local sales taxes for her Chesterfield restaurant. According to the Missouri Department of Revenue, Sherri Poff, O’Fallon, owner of Masterpiece Bar-B-Que restaurant in Chesterfield, was placed on five years of supervised probation and ordered to pay restitution of $26,023 in monthly installments of $433. The Missouri Department of Revenue’s Criminal Tax Investigation Bureau investigated the cases and they were prosecuted by the St. Charles County and St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorneys’ Offices.
Friday, January 20, 2012
One County Council member says a software glitch left necessary control numbers off tax bills. The St. Charles County Collector says the information is on the bills, but a delay in getting technical information means online service is temporarily unavaila
St. Charles County residents will be able to renew their license plates online in the near future, said St. Charles County Collector Michelle McBride. However, they are unable to renew their plates right now. On Thursday, Patch reported that Councilman Joe Cronin, R-District 1, said the county left that a control number on the tax bill receipts do not work. That number proves to the Missouri Department of Revenue that they had paid their personal property tax. However, McBride said the number is on the receipts. It is listed as the bill number. “Unfortunately, Mr. Cronin did not have all the information,” McBride said. Cronin said he did not want to get into a blame game with McBride. “The bottom line is that to the average guy out there …