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RSMo. 137.075 Every person owning or holding real property or tangible personal property on the first day of January, including all such property purchased on that day shall be liable for taxes thereon during the same calendar year. RSMo. 137.340 Every person, corporation, partnership or association owning or controlling tangible personal property shall file with the assessor of the county an itemized return listing all the tangible personal property so owned or controlled on January 1st.
You will owe taxes to the county that you lived in on January 1. You need to contact the county Assessor's office in the county you moved from and request to be removed from their Personal Property Assessment roles. You also need to contact the county Assessor's office in the county you moved to. Most counties do not have a system to know that you moved into the county and to place you on the assessment roles. It is your responsibility to notify each Assessor's Office!
Yes. Assessment list forms can be found on the forms page.
The forms are mailed out first week of January and need to be returned by March 1 to avoid late penalties.
The amount of your penalty depends on your total assessed value. (see chart below) The late penalty fee is added to your bill that you receive in November.
|9001 and above||$100|
A statement of non-assessment, also called a tax waiver, indicates a specific person, business or corporation does not owe any personal property taxes for a specified tax year. A tax waiver is only used to license a vehicle or obtain a business license. You may be entitled to a waiver if you are one of the following:
In order to qualify, we must also see your vehicle registration and identification
You are assessed on the vehicle(s) you own on January 1 of each year. If you sell or trade a vehicle any time during that year, your tax bill will still show the items assessed January 1.
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