During these unprecedented times, our goal is to continue to serve Boone County taxpayers by providing essential services. However, will we be doing so with minimal staffing and modifications to normal business operations.

We encourage taxpayers to call or email the Collector’s office with questions or concerns. Paid property tax receipts and statements of non-assessments can be emailed. Most local vehicle licensing offices will accept these electronic copies. In addition, paid property tax records are provided weekly to the DOR for online licensing renewals or in-person visits to local license offices.

If you need to make a payment we request that payments be mailed, placed in our drop box at the Government Center entrance at the corner of 9th and Ash St., made online or over the phone by calling 1-877-690-3729.

Thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.

– The Staff of the Boone County Collector’s Office

Missouri Tax Credit Programs

Tax Relief Programs


Missouri Property Tax Credit Program

You may qualify for a refund if you or your spouse meet one of the following qualifications:

  • Claimant or spouse must be 65 years of age or older on or before the last day of the calendar year and a resident of Missouri for the entire year;
  • Claimant or spouse is a veteran of any branch of the armed forces of the United States, or this state and is 100 percent disabled as a result of such service;
  • Claimant or spouse is 100 percent disabled; or
  • Claimant has reached age 60 on or before the last day of the calendar year and is receiving surviving spouse social security benefits.

AND your total household income, including social security benefits follows these guidelines:

Certain individuals are eligible to claim up to $750 if they pay rent or $1,100 if they pay real estate tax on the home they own and occupy. If you rent from a facility that does not pay property taxes, you are not eligible for a Property Tax Credit.

Renters/​Part Year Owners:

  • If single, your total household income must be $27,500 or less.
  • If married filing combined, your total household income must be $29,500 or less.

Owned and Occupied your home the entire year:

  • If single, your total household income must be $30,000 or less.
  • If married filing combined, your total household income must be $34,000 or less.

You have three years from the original due date to file a claim.

Filing early (before April) ensures a quicker refund!

For more information, contact the Missouri Department of Revenue at (573) 751-3505.

Frequently asked questions and answers can also be found by visiting the DOR Web site.

Services for Independent Living is a good resource for seniors who need help with the tax credit forms or need additional help in understanding how it works. The SIL office can be reached at the following address:

Services for Independent Living
1401 Hathman Place
Columbia, MO 65201

Phone: (573) 874-1646
Email: info@silcolumbia.org
Online: http://www.silcolumbia.org/

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Homestead Preservation Act

** Important Notice **

The Homestead Preservation Credit Program (HPC) expired on August 28, 2010. Appropriations have not been allocated to fund the program since the 2009 legislative session. Therefore, there are currently no credits available.

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