The Department of Revenue is committed to supporting the recovery efforts of individuals and businesses impacted by flooding. Natural disasters can prevent citizens from conducting business and accessing the documents they need to be in compliance with state law. This resource page will provide you with important information you may need in the event of a natural disaster.

General Information

Tax Issues

Businesses

The Department provided an automatic extension for Missouri taxpayers whose quarterly and monthly sales and withholding tax return filings and payments were delayed by recent flooding. Many businesses had a deadline of May 1 to submit returns and payment to the Department. Returns from taxpayers in the counties affected by recent flooding were considered timely filed and paid, provided returns and payment were received by May 15. Refer to the May 3, 2017 news release for a list of the affected counties.

Individuals

Motor Vehicle Issues and Driver License Issues

For those affected by flooding, the Department is granting an extension until May 31 for the renewal of driver and non-driver licenses, license plates, certificates of vehicle ownership, vehicle registration receipts, and license plate tabs issued by the Director of Revenue. Refer to the May 15, 2017 news release for a list of the affected counties.

The Department is also waiving vehicle title penalty fees that would have accrued between April 29, 2017 and May 26, 2017 from citizens in the counties affected by recent flooding through May 31. Refer to the May 15, 2017 news release for a list of the affected counties.

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