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City extends deadline for earnings tax

ST. LOUIS – City of St. Louis Collector of Revenue Gregory F.X. Daly has extended the earnings tax filing deadline to July 15 from the usual date of April 15 to match the new federal and state deadlines.

There’s no need to need to file any additional forms; the extension is automatic.

Gregory F.X. Daly
“It’s important as government officials to do what we can to support people during this very challenging time,” Daly said Monday, March 23, in a news release. “We hope this tax extension will assist people in managing their finances over the next few months as we all do our best to work through these uncertain times.”

The one percent earnings tax is levied on all city residents no matter where they work, and on non-city residents who work within the city limits. The revenue from the tax makes up a third of the city’s budget and to into the city’s general fund.

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