Missouri New Integrated Tax System

July 26, 2017 Linda Epstein

The Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) implemented a new integrated tax system for filing the 53-1 (Sales and Use Tax Return form), 53-C (Consumers use Tax Return form) and 53-V (Vendors Use Tax Return form).  The new standards are for use after August 1, 2017.  The system will provide the DOR the ability to scan and capture information on most paper returns.  In order for this to work, the returns must be uniform in appearance and format.

More details issued by the DOR on the notice entitled “New Sales & Use Tax Return Format” can be found here. Please note, the online reporting system has not been updated with the new format.  

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Linda Epstein

Linda Epstein is a Senior Tax Research Specialist at Sovos Compliance. Linda has over eight years of experience in tax research. She has worked as a paralegal for more than 20 years including the legal department at Sovos Compliance and various law firms in the Boston area. Linda has earned two paralegal certificates, one in general paralegal studies and the other specializing in corporate law. Linda has a B.S. from Lesley University and is currently earning her Masters in Paralegal Studies at George Washington University.

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