Taxable personal property is defined as tangible, depreciable, income-producing property including machinery, equipment, furniture and fixtures. This must be filed between January 1 and May 1 of each year.
What is taxable personal property?
Personal property is defined as tangible, depreciable, income-producing property including machinery, equipment, furniture and fixtures.
Who must file a Nebraska personal property return?
Anyone that owns or holds any taxable, tangible personal property
on January 1, 12:01 a.m. of each year.
Anyone that leases personal property to another person.
Anyone that leases personal property from another person.
Anyone that brings personal property into Frontier County between January 1 at 12:01 a.m. and July 1, must list the property for assessment before July 31, unless it can be shown that the personal property was purchased after January 1 or that it was listed for assessment in another jurisdiction.
What information do I need for a Personal Property Return?
Information on a schedule includes: Name, Mailing Address, Physical Address, Description of Property, Year Property is Purchased, Number of Units Purchased, Years Depreciated, and Taxable Value. Years Depreciated depends on the type of equipment.
When do I need to file my return?
The schedule must be signed every year between January 1 and May 1 letting us know what was owned as of January 1. If a schedule is not signed by May 1, a 10% penalty will be added to the tax bill. If a schedule is not signed by August 1, a schedule will be prepared by our office for you and a 25% penalty will be added to the tax bill.
If I pay sales tax do I still have to pay Personal Property Tax?
Yes. There is a common misconception that you may choose to pay either the sales tax or property tax…this is not true.