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Latest News for Kansas City, MO

Tax office closing causes paperwork blues
October 6, 2014
sp;At Shawn Elmore's new jazz lounge, The Kimbrew, tables are placed, a mural has been painted and several necessary licenses are on display. He's ready to open his new business at Kimbrough Avenue and Madison Street. Almost. Elmore has been waiting for his retail sales and use tax license and "no tax due" certificate from the state of Missouri. Without those, he said, he can't get his city of Springfield business license or his state of Missouri liquor license. Thursday, after two weeks had passed, he called the Department of Revenue to check on the status of those documents. Only then did he learn of yet another problem that was holding up the works: The state needed an original document versus a copy he'd mistakenly included. The latest delay — one of many he's...  Read More