*See COVID-19 reference below.
Tarrant Appraisal District (TAD) reminds business owners that it’s time to file their required annual business personal property renditions.
- Business Personal Property (BPP) is taxable in Texas and it is identified as every kind of tangible, income-producing property that is not real estate.
- A rendition is a report or statement by a business owner which lists a company’s machinery, furniture, equipment, vehicles, merchandise and any other BPP that was in his control or possession on January 1.
- Your rendition is confidential by law.
TAD sends reminder e-mails or letters in late December to businesses on the tax roll that year and some new establishments that will be taxable the next year.
- If your business has not received a form or you are new to Tarrant County, please visit our website at tad.org where online forms are available.
Be sure to file your rendition by April 15 to avoid a 10% penalty on your tax statement.
*If you cannot file your rendition by April 15, TAD will honor the automatic extension to May 15 in light of the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 virus.
TAD will not accept faxed or emailed extension requests or renditions. Deadlines that fall on weekends and legal holidays are extended to the next regular business day.