The pandemic and the rise of telework threatens to ruin Kansas City's budget.
Behind the scenes . . . 12th & Oak is making it harder to get money owed to taxpayers who are no longer working in this town.
Now, here's more local confirmation and insight into the story . . .
"A postcard from the city has been showing up in the mail. What it says is that starting next year, people will have to file what's called a valid protest with the city to get a refund."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
If you pay the Kansas City, Missouri earnings tax or e-tax as it's called and you expect a refund next year, there's been a change.A postcard from the city has been showing up in the mail.