ST. LOUIS — The first public hearing to delve into Missouri’s tax policy for remote workers will be held Tuesday.
The special committee was created last month to address the impact of the one percent tax on wages earned in the city. St. Louis’ income tax accounts for 36% of the city’s general revenue.
The public hearings will focus on how much revenue non-resident remote workers contribute to the city and what alternatives there are to taxing them.
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