Pay Tangible Personal Property Taxes
Caution - 2021 Tangible Tax Bills
Some 2021 Tangible tax bills, as prepared by our vendor, displayed an inconsistent folio number on the top portion of the bill. Please be sure to verify that the folio number and business name on the bottom portion of the bill is the one you are paying, whether online or by check. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. You may view your correct bill from our website miamidade.county-taxes.com.
We are strongly encouraging our taxpayers and customers to conduct any Tax Collector business transactions including paying Tangible Personal Property Taxes using the button located to the right under Online Options and then the Advanced Search link at the bottom of the screen to access the online payment system instead of visiting our Public Service Office in person.
Tangible personal property is physical property located in a business and rental property that can be moved. These include items such as furniture, fixtures and equipment in a business and rental property, as well as structural additions to mobile homes.
Tangible personal property taxes are collected on an annual basis. Taxes are determined by the value of the assets used in a business to get income. They are ad valorem taxes, based on property values reported by each business, from which a final assessed value, as of Jan. 1, is determined by the property appraiser.
Anyone in possession of assets on Jan. 1 must file a tangible personal property tax form by April 1 of each year.
- View tangible personal property tax information online by business name, address and folio
- Read more about tangible personal property
The Property Appraiser’s Office assesses the value of tangible personal property and presents a certified tax roll to the Tax Collector.
People with disabilities need a mechanism by which they can request accessible communications or other types of accommodations as well as materials in alternate format in advance of a public meeting or event. In order to provide this mechanism, all notices of public meetings and events shall contain the following statement:
To request materials in accessible format, sign language interpreters, or any accommodation to participate in any County-sponsored program or meeting, contact Lazavia Baker five days in advance. TTY users may also call 711 (Florida Relay Service.)