In the state of Indiana, all businesses are required to file a form by May 15th to report personal property held in the state. No money is due with the return, but then a year later you will receive a bill, generally splitting your tax bill into two segments. We prepare these forms for most of our business clients in either late April or early May. When we have your return completed, we will send it to you for you to sign and submit to the assessor before May 15th. If you live outside of Indiana we can also prepare property tax returns for other states should that apply in your specific state.
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