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    Your Quick Guide To Michigan Business Personal Property Taxes

    Posted by Misti Tanzy on Dec 13, 2021 7:00:00 AM

    Michigan business personal property taxes, when compared to other states, are fairly straightforward. For example, while some states have hundreds of different return forms—one for each county—Michigan is one of several states with a single standardized return form for all jurisdictions.

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    Topics: Property Tax Management, States

    Alabama Business Personal Property Tax: A Breakdown

    Posted by Lisa English on Oct 21, 2021 7:36:48 AM

    Our clients who file Alabama business personal property tax returns have different perspectives on the state’s timing: Some see it as having an early return due date; others see it as having a late return due date. That’s because Alabama has an unusual tax year compared to other states. Learn more about that—and a few other highlights of Alabama’s property tax practices and policies—below.

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    Business Personal Property Taxes in Texas [For 2021]

    Posted by James Frazier on May 21, 2021 1:38:19 PM

    Are you well-versed on how to report your company’s assets accurately, and forecast a reliable estimate for next year’s tax liability as well? Take a look below at some tips on how property tax professionals in the Lone Star State can best manage their assets for commercial property tax in Texas; and how to prepare for the 2021 budget season.

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    Maryland Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

    Posted by Lisa English on May 20, 2021 10:09:05 AM

    When it comes to Maryland business personal property tax, consistency is key. Unlike other states, which have multiple local jurisdictions handling personal property administration matters, the assessment of all personal property in the Old Line State lies within the purview of a single state agency: the Department of Assessments & Taxation (SDAT). The reasoning behind this strategy? To “foster the uniform and consistent administration” of business personal property tax, which includes everything from furniture and office equipment to machinery, tools, and any other property not classified as real property.

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    Indiana Business Personal Property Taxes [GUIDE]

    Posted by Eleshia Matheny on May 19, 2021 11:30:12 AM

    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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    Topics: Business Personal Property Tax, States

    Business Property Tax In California: What You Need To Know

    Posted by James Frazier on Apr 21, 2021 5:37:00 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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    Topics: Business Personal Property Tax, States

    Business Personal Property Tax In SC: What To Know

    Posted by Eleshia Matheny on May 3, 2019 8:56:09 AM

    According to the Tax Foundation, South Carolina ranks roughly in the middle of the pack when it comes to property taxes in the U.S. Both real property and business personal property are taxable here, though there is no tax on intangibles.

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    New Jersey Business Personal Property Tax: A Guide

    Posted by Eleshia Matheny on Apr 18, 2019 8:34:43 AM

    Searching for information about New Jersey’s business personal property tax? You can stop looking: The state has no business personal property tax to speak of. At least, that’s the case for the majority of New Jersey companies. Keep reading to find out if one of two exceptions might apply to you, and for some general information about New Jersey real property tax as well.

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    Topics: States

    Managing Your New York Business Property Tax

    Posted by Lisa English on Jan 23, 2019 10:42:00 AM

    New York businesses have an uphill climb when it comes to property tax, and corporate tax rates in general—it is ranked 49 out of 50 (just above New Jersey) on the Tax Foundation’s state-by-state comparison with regard to business tax climate. And over the last decade, property taxes in New York City have risen at a rate three times faster than income growth. (The recently created New York City Advisory Commission on Property Tax Reform is likely to recommend tax reforms in the coming year.) In recent years, the state has been making strides toward improving its tax system by enacting things like a two percent property tax cap and real property tax relief credits. Still, the tax climate may be a reason why some companies have chosen to leave the state (though that perspective is debatable).

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