Sales Tax Return Form - Missouri Department Of Revenue

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1. Gross Receipts ...................
Missouri Department of Revenue
Sales Tax Return
2. Adjustments
$
(+ OR –) .................
Missouri Tax I.D. Number
$
3. Taxable Sales .....................
Business Location
%
4. Rate ....................................
$
......................
5. Amount Due.
Tax Period (MM/YYYY)
Due Date (MM/DD/YYYY)
$
6. Timely Payment 2% ........ –
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$
7. Total Tax Due .................. =
8. Interest for
$
Late Payment ................... +
$
9. Additions to Tax ............... +
$
10. Approved Credit ............... –
If you pay by check, you authorize the Department of Revenue to process the check
electronically. Any check returned unpaid may be presented again electronically.
11. Pay This Amount
$
Signature
Date (MM/DD/YYYY)
(U.S. Funds Only) ............ =
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I have direct control, supervision, or responsibility for filing this return and payment
Department Use Only ..................
of the tax due. Under penalties of perjury, I declare that this is a true, accurate, and
complete return. I attest that I have no gross receipts to report for locations left blank.
Form 2760
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Department Use Only ..................
(Revised 12-2013)
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return and payment.
Instructions for completing the sales tax return
This sales tax return is designed for taxpayers reporting for one
Line 2: Adjustments — Add or subtract total qualifying
business location only.
adjustments for the location you are reporting. Indicate a
plus or a minus sign for the ad just ments. Refer to Detailed
Important: Returns must be filed for the reporting period
4789) for adjustments authorized under
Instructions
(Form
indicated even if you have no tax to report.
Your filing
the sales tax law. Instructions are updated annually and
frequency is determined by the amount of state tax due. State
provided on our website.
taxes collected of $500 or more per month are to be filed on a
— Enter taxable sales. Line 1 (Gross Receipts) plus (+) or
monthly basis. State taxes collected over $100 per quarter, but
minus (–) Line 2 (Adjustments) = Line 3 (Taxable Sales).
less than $500 per month should be filed on a quarterly basis.
State taxes collected less than $100 per quarter should be filed on
Line 4: Rate — The rate percentage indicated on this line
an annual basis. Do not round your figures on the return.
rep re sents the combined state, education, conservation, parks
and soils, and any applicable local sales tax rates. The
If you report your sales tax on a cash basis (you report tax at the
Department of Revenue (Department) will notify you if there is a
time payment is received) and you do not receive payment for a
change in the tax rate. The Department will also send you a new
sale until after a rate change occurs, you will need to report this
sales tax book containing returns with the updated sales tax
sale differently from your other sales.
rates for your location. Failure to be notified does not relieve
This type of transaction is considered a “time sale”.
you of the tax. Access
To report time sales:
for current tax rates.
1) Fill out a separate return indicating on the return the filing
Line 5: Amount of Tax Due — Line 3 (Taxable Sales) multiplied (x)
period in which the sales were actually made.
by Line 4 (Rate) = Line 5 (Amount of Tax Due).
2) Write “Time Sales” on the face of the return. (If “Time Sales”
is not written on the return, there is a possibility that the
Line 6: Two Percent Timely Payment — If you file your return
return could be processed as a late filed additional return.)
and payment on time, enter two percent of the amount
shown on Line 5. If not filed or paid by the due date or if
3) Calculate the tax due using the rate that was in effect at the
Line 5 is not greater than zero, leave blank or enter a zero.
time of the sale and include that rate on the return.
Example: Line 5 is $480
Line 1: Gross Receipts — Enter gross receipts from all sales of
$480 X 2% = $9.60
tangible personal property and taxable services during the reporting
$9.60 is the timely payment allowance
period. If you had no receipts, enter zero.

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