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  92.073.  Gross receipts tax — collection, cost — delinquencies — refunds (St. Louis City). — 1.  The director of revenue shall collect any tax imposed on gross receipts by ordinance of any city not within a county if there is an agreement in existence between such city and the director of revenue which contains substantially the following provisions:

  (1)  That all taxes collected on behalf of the city, less one percent for the cost of collection, shall be collected and treated in the same manner as taxes collected under section 94.550, and money so collected shall be distributed to the treasurer of the city as provided in subsection 1 of section 94.550;

  (2)  That the director of revenue, and any of his deputies, assistants and employees who shall have any duties or responsibilities in connection with the collection, deposit, transfer, transmittal, disbursement, safekeeping, accounting, or recording of any funds which come into the hands of the director of revenue pursuant to the imposition of a tax on gross receipts by ordinance of such city shall meet the bonding requirements established in subsection 4 of section 94.550;

  (3)  That the director of revenue shall notify the city of all delinquent taxpayers who have either failed or refused to file or remit the tax imposed on gross receipts by the ordinance of the city, and of the assignment of any other claims arising against him pursuant to such agreement;

  (4)  That the city agrees to hold the state of Missouri and the director of revenue harmless for any loss, cost or expenses due to or arising from any payments of refunds, assessed damages of any courts or any action arising directly or indirectly under such agreement, and that all claims against the state of Missouri or the director of revenue, or both, shall be offset and withheld from future tax revenue distributions to the city due under the ordinance of the city or section 94.550.

  2.  It shall be the duty of every person who sells or furnishes tangible personal property or who renders services subject to the provisions of sections 144.010 to 144.510 to collect, file, and remit all taxes due on gross receipts pursuant to applicable ordinances of any city not within a county to the director of revenue as provided in sections 144.080 and 144.090.

  3.  All applicable provisions contained in sections 144.010 to 144.510 and section 32.057 shall apply to the collection of any tax imposed on gross receipts by ordinance of any city not within a county; except that, the taxes so imposed on the purchase and sale of motor vehicles shall be collected pursuant to section 94.560.  The interest provisions of section 144.170 relating to delinquent sales taxes shall apply to delinquent taxes due as a result of the imposition of the tax on gross receipts by ordinance of any city not within a county.

  4.  The claim for refund provisions of section 144.190 shall apply to all claims for refunds of taxes paid pursuant to any tax imposed on gross receipts by ordinance of any city not within a county.


(L. 1985 H.B. 842 § 1)

Effective 5-07-85

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