How is personal property tax calculated?

The County Assessor sends a Personal Property Assessment form called a 103 or 104 out each year to businesses and individuals who own Personal Property. The tax is then calculated using this form. It is a "self-assessed" tax. There are penalties for filing late or not filing at all. If no filing is made, the County Assessor will estimate the amount of tax due. If you have more questions regarding the calculation of the tax or how to complete the forms, you should contact the County Assessor's Office at 260-449-7325.

Mobile Homes, which are a form of Personal Property, are assessed by the County Assessor on a yearly basis.

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1. Are there any payment plan options available for delinquent Personal Property tax?
2. How is personal property tax calculated?
3. What does “Certified to Court” mean?
4. What if my business went out of business a few years back and I no longer own any of the Personal Property?
5. What is a demand notice?
6. What options are available for paying the demand notice?
7. Why did I get a Demand for just a few cents and then get a five dollar processing fee?