Taxable property renditions are due April 1 or April 15
Does this apply to you?
If you own tangible personal property that is used to produce income, such as the equipment or inventory owned by a business, it does.
What is a rendition?
A rendition is a report to your county appraisal district that lists all of the taxable property that you owned or controlled on Jan. 1 of this year. This often applies to furniture, fixtures, equipment, or inventory owned by a business.
What are the advantages of filing?
- You give your opinion of your property’s value.
- You record your correct mailing address so your tax bills will go to the right address.
- If your property’s value depreciated, you can file a report of decreased value.
What is the deadline?
- For most property types, renditions must be filed with the appraisal district after Jan. 1 and no later than April 15. Different deadlines apply in certain appraisal districts. A property owner may apply, in writing, for a mandatory extension to May 15.
- Rendition statements and property reports for property located in an appraisal district in which one or more taxing units exempt freeport property under Tax Code Section 11.251 must be delivered to the chief appraiser no later than April 1. A property owner may apply, in writing, for a mandatory extension to May 1.
- Different deadlines apply for regulated properties.
- The chief appraiser may extend the deadline another 15 days for good cause shown in writing by the property owner for each type of property.
Filing is your responsibility. If you render late, don’t render, or file an incomplete or false rendition, you may face a 10 to 50 percent penalty.
File renditions with your local appraisal district at:
Camp Central Appraisal District
143 Quitman St
Pittsburg, TX 75686