Business Personal Property Rendition- If I cannot file the rendition on time, what should I do?
Business Personal Property Rendition - If I cannot file the
rendition on time, what should I do?
The law provides for an extension of time
to file a rendition. In order to receive the extension, you must submit the
request to the Williamson Central Appraisal District in writing or by email
before the April 15th rendition filing deadline. With the receipt of a timely
extension request, the rendition filing deadline will be extended to May 15th. Rendition extension requests can be sent to: email@example.com
What is a Rendition for Business Personal Property?
What is a Rendition for Business Personal Property? A rendition is a form that provides the Appraisal District with taxable business property information. The form must be filed by April 15th each year. Included in the form is the business name ...
What happens if I do not file a Business Personal Property rendition, or file it late?
What happens if I do not file a Business Personal Property rendition, or file it late? If you do not file a rendition, the appraised value of your property will be based on an appraiser’s estimate using comparable business types. In addition, if you ...
Business Personal Property FAQ
Who must file a rendition? Renditions must be filed by both owners of tangible personal property that is used for the production of income and owners of tangible personal property on which an exemption has been cancelled or denied. What types of ...
Where should the business personal property rendition be filed?
Where should the rendition be filed? The website allows businesses to file online by using your email address. You may also use the following address or email: Williamson Central Appraisal District Business Personal Property Division 625 FM 1460 ...
Is my Business Personal Property Rendition information confidential?
Is my Business Personal Property Rendition information confidential? Yes. Information contained in a rendition cannot be disclosed to third parties except in very limited circumstances. In addition, the Texas Property Tax Code specifically provides ...