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Article ID: 327
Posted Date: April 26, 2010
Last Updated: October 2, 2016
St. Louis County: Property Tax

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How can I obtain a copy of my personal property tax receipt?


Duplicate personal property tax receipts are available either by mail, online, at the Saint Louis County Collector of Revenue's Office in Clayton or at any of the Saint Louis County Government satellite offices. The charge for a duplicate receipt by mail or at the Collector's office is $1.00. If you need a duplicate tax receipt mailed to you, send in your request along with a check or money order for $1.00 and another receipt will be mailed to you. Be sure to include your name, address, account number (if known) and a daytime phone number, in case we have questions.

You can also get a tax receipt online at the St. Louis County's website for every year in which taxes are paid. Online receipts are free of charge. Like the duplicate tax receipts by mail or from the Collector's office, the online tax receipt can be used at the Missouri Department of Revenue license offices when licensing your vehicle. To get a tax receipt online go to Find your account in the lower right frame and click on the account number. In the top frame your account information will be shown for the current tax year. If your taxes have been paid then there will be a print tax receipt link at the top of the page. Click on the link and a popup window will appear showing your tax receipt, which can then be printed. To change tax years select another year in the tax year drop down button shown on the main page.

For contact and office information visit: Collection Division

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