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When should personal property be reported?

A complete itemized listing of all personal property owned on October 1 must be provided to the appropriate assessing official. This list must be submitted between October 1 and December 31 of each year.

A complete itemized listing of all personal property owned on October 1 must be provided to the appropriate assessing official. This list must be submitted between October 1 and December 31 of each year.
Related FAQs in Personal Property
Contact your local county office to receive a form by mail or fax, or download the Business Personal Property Return Form.
If you fail to file a listing of your Business Personal Property, a field review will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of Title 40 of the Code of Alabama 1975. During this field review, a listing will be made of your business personal property and this property will be assessed to you.
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.