Yes' Vote On Amendment 4 Will Mean No New Sales Tax for Services in Missouri
On November 8, 2016, Missouri voters will be asked to decide on an important ballot issue that that would prohibit state and local governments from imposing any new sales tax or use tax on services. Services are not currently taxed, and Amendment 4 would protect Missouri from new taxes on services. A ‘Yes’ vote on Amendment 4 will mean no new sales tax for services in Missouri.
Following a discussion on Amendment 4 at the October 18, 2016, O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries board meeting, the O’Fallon Chamber Board of Directors voted to endorse Amendment 4. The O’Fallon Chamber encourages its members and the community to vote ‘YES’ in the November 8, 2016, election to make sure there will not be an additional tax on services.
“A YES vote on Amendment 4 would protect Missourians from a new sales tax on services they use every day. Right now we only pay sales tax on tangible goods. If passed, this measure will not increase or decrease taxes.” said Erin Williams, President/CEO of the O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries.
Learn more about Amendment 4 at www.motaxpayerprotection.com or for information on the O’Fallon Chamber’s decision to endorse Amendment 4, please contact Erin Williams, President/CEO of the O’Fallon Chamber at 636-240-1818.
The O'Fallon Chamber of Commerce & Industries is committed to promoting the economic vitality of O’Fallon and the St. Charles County Region by engaging its members in networking and educational opportunities, while advocating for pro-business public policy.