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File Your 2020 Business Personal Property Rendition Electronically

*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 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.

For more information on the rendition process and BPP, please visit Business Owner FAQs or submit a question through the Contact Us form on this website.