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A Guide To Business Personal Property Tax In Colorado

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Jun 22, 2020 8:39:57 AM

Colorado is generally considered a tax-friendly state for businesses. However, business personal property tax seems to be a bone of contention as of late, with a number of bills having been introduced in recent years attempting to ease the burden. Passed in 2017, Senate Bill 267 gave small businesses a break, reducing tax liability for companies with business personal property valued at less than $18,000. (Efforts to reduce it further at the state level, however, have failed.) And in late 2018, Jefferson County voted to eliminate its business personal property tax completely in an effort to retain existing businesses and attract new ones.

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Oklahoma Business Personal Property Tax [Guide]

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on May 28, 2020 9:49:56 AM

Oklahoma is an attractive locale for businesses in a number of industries, with transportation and warehousing, aerospace, and health care leading the pack in recent years. It’s also home to two cities, Tulsa and Oklahoma City, named among the best in the nation for starting a business. Oklahoma’s tax exemptions and low to moderate property tax rate are part of the reason for its appeal. If you do business in the Sooner State, here is what you need to know about Oklahoma’s business personal property tax.

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A Guide To Georgia Business Personal Property Taxes

Posted by Lisa English on Apr 28, 2020 10:55:08 AM

Consistently ranking high among the 50 states for its business-friendly environment, Georgia is home to many successful Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized corporations, and small businesses alike. If your organization is considering setting up shop in the Peach State, here’s what you need to know about Georgia business personal property tax, which the Georgia Department of Revenue refers to as “tangible personal property.”

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Property Tax Due Dates: 2020 Extensions

Posted by Giselle Kretzschmer on Apr 10, 2020 10:11:43 AM

Depending on where your organization operates in the U.S., your team might currently be working to meet an upcoming property tax deadline. However, these days are anything but business-as-usual. The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred a fair number of tax jurisdictions to close in-person offices and limit their hours to keep workers safe. Many are also encouraging businesses to submit filings and payments electronically. (Tweet this!)

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Virginia Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Mar 6, 2020 10:41:20 AM

A consistently high-ranking state for business competitiveness, Virginia is known for having a steady tax rate and a relatively business-friendly environment. Unfortunately, however, when it comes to business personal property taxes across the Commonwealth, the only consistent thing about Virginia is its inconsistencies. This article offers a round-up of information about Virginia business personal property tax for companies doing business—or planning to do business—in the state.

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Florida Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

Posted by Lisa English on Feb 3, 2020 8:37:39 AM

Do you do business in the Sunshine State? If so, you’ll need to get familiar with its policies regarding property tax. This article highlights some important information about Florida business personal property tax and property tax. For even more details, check out the Florida Department of Revenue’s Property Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

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Wisconsin Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Jan 30, 2020 5:48:50 PM

Compared to other states, Wisconsin consistently ranks on the high end when it comes to property tax. Why are Wisconsin property taxes so high? Because the state law has tax restrictions that make it difficult to collect funding for public services from any other source. Only the state can levy an income tax, and sales tax is reserved for the state, counties, and a few select municipalities that qualify as “premier resort areas.” (The Badger State also receives less federal aid than other states.) As a result, local governments rely on property tax to provide a significant portion (42%) of their revenue.

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Indiana Business Personal Property Taxes [GUIDE]

Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Dec 2, 2019 2:53:21 PM

Finding it a challenge to stay on top of Indiana business personal property tax rules? This article summarizes the essentials of the tax, and highlights new policies you should be aware of for future filing.

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Business Property Tax In California: What You Need To Know

Posted by James Frazier on Nov 5, 2019 3:40:00 PM

Business property tax in California has continued to increase in recent years. In fact, in 2017, California had the largest dollar increase in the U.S. in business property tax revenue—$1.5 billion more than the year before. And even though California property tax increases have been fairly predictable for the last few decades, all that may be about to change thanks to the split roll property tax initiative that will unfold in 2020.

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Business Personal Property Tax: How To Maximize Your Efficiency

Posted by James Frazier on Oct 22, 2019 1:59:00 PM

For companies of all sizes, handling business personal property taxes can be a beast.

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