King County Department of Assessment to host “Business Reporting on Personal Property Workshop”
How to electronically file your personal property listings for yourself or on the behalf of a client using their eListing Online Tool.
Thursday, November 21st, 2013 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. King County Chinook Building RM 123, 401 Fifth Ave Seattle, WA 98104-2384
Mike Wikstrom, Personal Property Supervisor and his team would like to invite you and your staff to attend a training session on reporting business personal property and a demonstration on how to electronically file your personal property listings for yourself or on the behalf of a client using our eListing Online Tool.
To RSVP (Space is limited) or for more information please contact: Phillip Sit Email – email@example.com
Office – (206)-263-2261
Mobile – (206)-909-3368
Personal property refers to assets used in conducting a business.
Unless specifically exempt, all tangible personal property is taxable, including items such as:
- office equipment, communication equipment, supplies and materials not held for sale or not components of a product
- tools, furniture, rugs and fixtures used in a business
- leased or rented equipment, leasehold and tenant improvements, and lessee-owned improvements on public land
- machinery and equipment used in agriculture, construction, manufacturing and logging
Personal property forms for existing accounts are mailed or electronically transmitted the first of each year and must be returned by April 30. Filing extensions are not granted, and a tax penalty of 5 percent per month will be applied to listings received after the deadline, up a maximum of 25 percent of the tax due. The assessor may waive the penalty if the late filing is due to reasonable cause.
Room: Chinook Conference Center RM123