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State Funding For Missouri Public Libraries

State Aid

[ State Aid Certification Page ]

The method for distribution and allocation of Missouri state aid to public libraries is defined in RSMo 181.060. The general assembly appropriates money for state aid to public libraries and have determined specific requirements that libraries must meet to be certified or qualified to receive state aid.

The state aid appropriation is distributed to qualifying public libraries on an equal per capita rate based upon the population according to the latest federal census.

Public Libraries Certified for State Aid

Public Library Districts 2010 Census Population pdf file

State Aid Per Capita Payments

These reports show payments to Missouri public libraries for state aid, and should help libraries check the status of payments made by funds transfer. The report contains the date of payment, purchase order number, library, and state aid amount.

If you have any questions about state aid payments for Missouri public libraries, contact Debbie Musselman, Library Development Director, at (800) 325-0131.

State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2020 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2019 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2018 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2017 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2016 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file  - Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2015 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file  - Qtrs 3 & 4  PDF Document
State Aid Per Capita Payments - FY 2014 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file  - Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document


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State Aid Equalization Payments

These reports show payments to Missouri public libraries for state aid, and should help libraries check the status of payments made by funds transfer. The report contains the date of payment, purchase order number, library, and state aid amount.

If you have any questions about state aid payments for Missouri public libraries, contact Debbie Musselman, Library Development Director, at (800) 325-0131.

State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2020 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file
State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2019 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2018 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2017 - Qtrs 1 & 2 PDF Document
State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2015 - Qtrs 1 & 2 PDF Document
State Aid Equalization Payments - FY 2014 - Qtrs 1 & 2 PDF Document


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State Aid Special Distribution

Special Distribution  - FY2019 pdf file

 

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Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund

The Non-Resident Professional Athletes and Entertainers Tax is a tax on the earnings of professional athletes and entertainers when playing or performing in the State of Missouri. It is collected by the State of Missouri and in the case of public libraries, is to be used to purchase print books, audio and video resources, magazines, eBooks, electronic subscriptions and other collection development materials.

  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2020 -  Qtrs 1&2 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2019 -  Qtrs 1&2 PDF Document  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2018 -  Qtrs 1&2 PDF Document  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2017 -  Qtrs 1&2 PDF Document  -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2016 - Qtrs 1 & 2 PDF Document -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2015 - Qtrs 1 & 2 pdf file -Qtrs 3 & 4 PDF Document
  • Athletes and Entertainers Tax Fund Payments to Libraries - FY2014 - Qtrs 1 & 2  pdf file

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