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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 4797 Individuals

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 4797 Individuals

Hello my name is Keisha Hills doc and I am a senior appraiser for the Jefferson County appraisal district are you aware that if you own a business in Jefferson County you are required to render your business personal property my aim today is to explain to you the rendition process and how to complete the rendition form to obtain this form go to WWE CA do RG select forms then choose business personal property rendition what is the rendition a rendition is a form that gives the appraisal district information about the business personal property that your business owns this information will be used by us in conjunction with information from similar businesses to estimate your business's property value information that you provide an addition is confidential it cannot be disclosed to third parties except in extreme circumstances such as by court order what needs to be rendered Jefferson County businesses are required by law to file a business personal property rendition form personal property used to produce income is taxable by law and must be rendered or a 10% penalty will be assessed this would include furniture and fixtures used in your business as well as other items used to produce income such as equipment machinery computers inventory raw materials finished goods work in process and vehicles what are some important dates and deadlines the first date that you should be familiar with is January 1st this is the date on which all property is valued this takes into account the fact that property is specially inventory that you may own may vary during the tax year the official appraisal date is January 1st another important date is April 15th this is the deadline to file your rendition if you decide to file your addition by mail it...