Refund suit: A judge has ruled that St. Louis improperly refused earnings tax refunds to six people who worked from homes outside the city. Jim Gallagher and David Nicklaus say the case could lead to refunds for thousands more workers.
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The city could be forced, if a recent court ruling stands, to refund between $25 million and $50 million per year in earnings taxes charged to nonresidents who started working from home during the pandemic, according to the St. Louis tax collector's office.
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