State law requires, on or before April 15, a person shall render for taxation all tangible personal property used for the production of income that he owns or manages and controls as a fiduciary on January 1. If April 15 falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the rendition will be considered timely if submitted on the following Monday. A penalty of 10% of the tax liability will be imposed for failure to file a timely rendition.
You must file Business Personal Property Renditions or a request for an extension on or before April 17 11:59:59 PM CST to avoid penalties.
If an extension is granted, the extended deadline by which Business Personal Property Renditions must be filed is May 15 11:59:59 PM CST.
Online filing is now available for all business Personal Property accounts. Click on the Online Forms icon at the top right and register to be able to sign in.
Checklist of things you will need for Online Forms:
- Email Address – (also might need a recover email should something happen)
- Password – (If first time, you will need to create one)