Taxpayer Protection Amendment VOTE YES

Dated: September 6 2016

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November 8, 2016 is a very important day ... Not only do we elect a new President of the United States of America, but we Missourians will need to make a decision on Amendment 4. 

What is Amendment 4 ...  

Amendment 4 to the Missouri Constitution would prohibit state and local governments from imposing any new sales tax or use tax on services. Services are not currently taxed, and Amendment 4 would protect Missouri from new taxes on services.

What kind of services would Amendment 4 keep "TAX Free" ... 

Amendment 4 is designed to prohibit the state from putting a new sales tax on services that Missourians use every day. Here are just a few examples:

FAMILY SERVICES: Day care, rent, health care, self-defense instruction and tutoring.

PERSONAL SERVICES: Haircuts, manicures, tattoos, dry cleaning, car repairs and funerals.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Banking, accounting, advertising, technical installations and real estate.

HEALTH CARE SERVICES: Physicians, surgeons, nurses, physical therapists, dentists, eye doctors and counselors.

HOME SERVICES: Construction, plumbing, lawn care, heating and air conditioning, installations and repairs, appraisals and inspections.

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