Missouri Income Tax Rate
While federal tax rates apply to every taxpayer, state income taxes vary by state. Some states have a flat tax rate, marginal tax rate, or don’t have any state taxes at all. Missouri levies a personal income tax on residents and nonresidents with Missouri-income.
State tax is levied on your income each year. State income taxes, which vary by state, are an amount of money that you pay to the state government based on a percentage of the income you earn.
Want to know more about the Missouri income tax rate? Learn more here.
What Are The Missouri Tax Brackets?
Missouri has a progressive tax income structure, meaning the tax rate changes based on the amount you earn. Here are the current Missouri tax brackets posted by the Missouri Department of Revenue:
|If the Missouri taxable income is…||The tax is…|
|$0 to $104||$0|
|At least $105 but not over $1,053||1.5% of the Missouri taxable income|
|Over $1,053 but not over $2,106||$16 plus 2.0% of excess over $1,053|
|Over $2,106 but not over $3,159||$37 plus 2.5% of excess over $2,106|
|Over $3,159 but not over $4,212||$63 plus 3.0% of excess over $3,159|
|Over $4,212 but not over $5,265||$95 plus 3.5% of excess over $4,212|
|Over $5,265 but not over $6,318||$132 plus 4.0% of excess over $5,265|
|Over $6,318 but not over $7,371||$174 plus 4.5% of excess over $6,318|
|Over $7,371 but not over $8,424||$221 plus 5.0% of excess over $7,371|
|Over $8,424||$274 plus 5.4% of excess over $8,424|
State Tax Deductions on Federal Returns
Did you know you can deduct state taxes on your federal tax return? It’s true! In Missouri, you multiply the federal tax deduction for individuals by a percentage, based on the Missouri adjusted gross income.
|If the Missouri adjusted gross income is:||The federal tax deduction is multiplied by:|
|$25,000 or less||35%|
|$25,001 to $50,000||25%|
|$50,001 to $100,000||15%|
|$100,001 to $125,000||5%|
|$125,001 or more||0%|
(Source: Missouri Department of Revenue)
The overall limit to the state and local federal deduction is $10,000 ($5,000 for married filing separately returns).
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