Personal Property assessment forms will be hitting Missouri mailbox soon. Taney County Assessor Chuck Pennel says the forms were mailed from his office on January second. Tax payers have until March 1st to return the completed form. After that date, late charges will apply. If you’d prefer to file the form electronically, Pennel says there is a personal identification number on each form to allow access to the computerized system. He also says it is important to list the vehicle identification number for each vehicle you report.
If you don’t receive a form, or have a question contact the assessor’s office for your county.