Business Personal Property
State law requires, on or before April 1, a person shall render for taxation all tangible personal property used for the production of income that he owns or manages and controls as a fiduciary on January 1. If April 1 falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the rendition will be considered timely if submitted on the following Monday. A penalty of 10% of the tax liability will be imposed for failure to file a timely rendition.
You must file Business Personal Property Renditions or a request for an extension on or before April 1 11:59:59 PM CST to avoid penalties.
If an extension is granted, the extended deadline by which Business Personal Property Renditions must be filed is May 1 11:59:59 PM CST.