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Filing Personal Property Taxes

Related FAQs in Personal Property
The Code of Alabama 1975, Sections 40-3-20, 40-3-24, and 40-3-25 detail the appeals process. If you believe your property value is incorrect, you may file a written protest to the County Board of Equalization (BOE). Property owners are given 30 days to file an appeal after receiving written notice of valuation.
If you fail to file a listing of your Personal Property, the assessing official’s office in the county where the property is located will make an assessment of the property using the best available information. In addition to tax owed, applicable penalties will be assessed. This procedure is in accordance with Section 40-7-22, Code of Alabama 1975.
Yes. All counties are currently following the Alabama Department of Revenue guidelines to regularly audit businesses which have personal property.
If your business closed prior to October 1st and the assets have been disposed of, you should file a final tangible personal property tax return, indicating the date of closure or sale of the business. For additional information, contact the county in which your property is located, click here.