I am with a church, charity, and/or not for profit school who is exempt from property taxes (Form 136 filed). Do I still need to file a business personal property return?

Effective for the January 1, 2023 assessment date, per IC 6-1.1-3-7, churches and religious societies that have filed their personal property return the previous five years (2018-2022) are no longer required to file. If the taxpayer does not fall under a church or religious society, the Form 104 and Form 103 still required. Exception: When the Church or Religious society has a change of ownership or a change resulting in the personal property no longer qualifying for the exemption, the 104 and 103 is required to be filed. 

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1. What is business personal property?
2. I am with a church, charity, and/or not for profit school who is exempt from property taxes (Form 136 filed). Do I still need to file a business personal property return?
3. Will the Assessor send the forms to me?
4. My existing business qualifies for the under $80,000 exemption. What forms need to be filed?
5. My new business qualifies for the under $80,000 exemption, what forms need to be filed?
6. I am looking for my previously filed business personal property returns. Can I get copies?
7. My business closed before the January 1 assessment date. What do I do?
8. My business sold or changed locations before the January 1 assessment date. What do I do?
9. How do I submit the personal property forms with the Assessor’s Office?
10. How do I report my leased equipment?
11. It seems that I cannot type on the form that is found online. What can I do?
12. I received a 113 form that says Notice of Assessment. Is this the amount I need to pay?