Personal Property Filing
Filing Personal Property in Wisconsin
Personal Property refers to “moveable,” non-real-estate property--items such as machinery, furniture, and fixtures used to operate a business.
Every year in Wisconsin and many other states, property owners and business owners must file a personal property statement with their local assessor. This can be a time-consuming process, especially if you have multiple properties. If you neglect to file the personal property statement, the assessor will apply an arbitrary value that is most likely much higher than the actual value of your personal property.
We File Your Personal Property Statements
Property Tax Services can do the paperwork for you, and ensure you are paying taxes only on the correct value of your personal property. If you are currently having your accountant fill out your form, you could be making a costly mistake. Typically what an assessor and an accountant would consider personal property are very different.
Reports for personal property can be supplied to you annually, or on demand for each property location.
Contact us today to get started right away!