T.J. Rehak, owner of Xtreme Gymnastics in Lee’s Summit, was unaware of a Missouri Supreme Court decision that the fees businesses like his charged were subject to the sales tax until auditors demanded four years of back taxes from him in 2012.
T.J. Rehak, owner of Xtreme Gymnastics in Lee’s Summit, was unaware of a Missouri Supreme Court decision that the fees businesses like his charged were subject to the sales tax until auditors demanded four years of back taxes from him in 2012. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
T.J. Rehak, owner of Xtreme Gymnastics in Lee’s Summit, was unaware of a Missouri Supreme Court decision that the fees businesses like his charged were subject to the sales tax until auditors demanded four years of back taxes from him in 2012. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

Either warn businesses about tax changes or give them a pass, Missouri lawmakers propose

January 25, 2015 9:32 PM