Business Personal Property Rendition Deadline is April 15, 2022
Section 22.01 of the Texas Property Tax Code requires owners of business personal property to render for taxation all personal property used for the production of income. All property owned or managed on January 1st, 2022 must be rendered. The Property Tax Code also requires the appraisal district to apply a 10% penalty to all properties that fail to render.
Detailed completion of these forms(s) will assist us in assuring that 2022 appraisals for ad valorem taxes are accurate and equitable. Schedule D should be completed only if you have personal property at your place of business that is leased or consigned from another party.
PLEASE be sure to check the name and mailing address for the property owner and the agent on the rendition form for accuracy and make any necessary corrections.
If this business no longer owns personal property located in our appraisal district on January 1st, 2022, please note that information on the form, listing the date operations ceased and return to us. This also applies to any machinery, vehicles or equipment that may have been sold prior to the first of January. After completing the rendition, please return them by April 15th, 2022 to the address listed below:
McMullen Central Appraisal District
PO Box 338
Tilden, TX 78072
Please note that a rendition form must be signed by an authorized person to be valid.
Click HERE for the McMullen CAD 2022 BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY PERCENT GOOD TABLE