Although final legislation regarding changes to the personal property tax continues to be under discussion, business owners should still file a 2014 Personal Property Statement. To-date, the legislature has agreed that the first $80,000 of the true cash value will be exempt. If businesses do not file the Personal Property Statement, they will not receive this substantial exemption. You will need two documents to complete this process:
The 2014 Personal Property Affadivit
The 2014 Personal Property Statement
You should also review the latest update from the State of Michigan on the eligible personal property exemption as well as frequently asked questions regarding personal property.
The Assessing Office will keep this information as up-to-date as possible. If you have any questions, they should be directed to your tax advisor.
Jim Heaslip, MAAO MCPPE
Katherine DeWachter, MCAO
Christina Yaeger, MCAO
Assessment change notices are mailed in the latter part of February and if a property owner does not receive their notice by the first week of March they should contact the assessing department. Each new year’s assessment information will be available on the website after February 20th.
Hartland Township Hall is open from 8:30am to 6:00pm, Monday through Thursday.
Offices are closed on Fridays and holidays.
2655 Clark Road, Hartland, Michigan 48353 • Phone (810) 632-7498 • Fax (810) 632-6950