How do I declare my personal property in Missouri?

How do I declare my personal property in Missouri?

Every person, corporation, partnership or association owning or controlling tangible personal property shall file with the assessor of the county an itemized return listing all the tangible personal property so owned or controlled on January 1st.

Can I print my personal property taxes online in Missouri?

Please visit to print an official personal property tax receipt. Search by account number, address or name, and then click on your account to bring up the information.

How do I remove a vehicle from my personal property tax in Missouri?

If you are removing a vehicle you will need to show proof of the reason for removal: sale or trade papers, ‘Date of Loss’ letter from an insurance company, repossession papers, police report for a stolen vehicle, receipt from a salvage yard, et. Your last ‘paid’ personal property tax receipt.

Where do I get a personal property tax waiver in Missouri?

A Tax Waiver can normally only be obtained in person at the Assessor’s Office. In light of the COVID-19 emergency, the Assessor’s Office has implemented a procedure to request it online.

What are property declarations?

Property Declaration (form FL-160) is a multipurpose form, which may be filed with the court as an attachment to a Petition or Response or served on the other party to comply with disclosure requirements in place of a Schedule of Assets and Debts (form FL-142).

What do I need for a personal property tax waiver in Missouri?

You may be entitled to a tax waiver if one of the following applies:

  • A new Missouri resident.
  • First licensed asset you have ever owned.
  • You did not own any personal property on January 1st of the prior year.
  • You are in the military and your home of record is not Missouri (LES papers are required)

How do I find out how much personal property tax I owe in Missouri?

Contact your County Assessor’s Office. For contact information, see the Missouri State Tax Commission website.