Who must file a personal property statement?

Public Act No. 206 of 1893 of Michigan State law mandates that all businesses must annually file a declaration of personal property with the Assessor of the jurisdiction where the property is situated on December 31. All commercial and industrial businesses have the responsibility of filing a statement with the Assessor, whether a statement was mailed to them or not. If a business has no personal property which is assessable, they still must sign and return the form with a declaration of why no assessable property exists.

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1. Why did my taxes go up this year?
2. What if I am not satisfied with the Board of Review’s decision on my appeal?
3. What can I do if I disagree with the assessed value or taxable value placed on my property?
4. I have not been claiming a homestead exemption on my home. What should I do?
5. Who qualifies for the principal residence / homestead exemption?
6. How do I rescind my exemption?
7. What if I am moving?
8. What if I changed my name?
9. Who must file a personal property statement?