While there has been a lot of hype over the Missouri Tax Credit Reform during Governor Nixon’s most recent special session, many Missourians are left wondering how this will affect them.
Missouri tax credits began in 1973 with the Senior… Read More
The Railway Exchange Building is a 21-story building Downtown St. Louis, connected to the now-defunct One City Center mall. The building was the tallest in St. Louis when it opened in 1914. It was also home to the May Department… Read More
For those taxpayers that converted their traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in 2010, October 17, 2011 is the last day you are able to recharacterize. Recharacterization is the “undo feature” of roth conversions. Each taxpayer is allowed to reverse… Read More
The playoffs are underway after arguably the most exciting last day of the season in history. Let’s look at team payrolls for those who made it:
The Philadelphia Phillies had an extraordinary year and they paid for it with a… Read More