Tangible Personal Property Taxes|
Tangible personal property tax, often referred to simply as tangible tax,
is an ad valorem tax based on the following three categories of property:
Based on Florida Statute 193.052,
anyone in possession of assets on January 1 must file a tangible tax return
form with the property appraiser's office
no later than April 1 of each year. Except for mobile home attachments,
personal property is typically assessed on the basis of a tangible tax return
supplied by the property owner. Failure to file or late filing of a return
is subject to penalties.
- Businesses - furnishings, fixtures, signs, supplies, and equipment
used in the operation of business.
- Mobile Home Attachments (when land is rented) - all attachments and
additions such as carport, utility shed, Florida room, and screened porch.
- Rental Furnishings - furnishings and appliances provided in a rental
Any changes to the tax roll (name, address, location, assessed value) must
be processed through the property appraiser's office.