Pay Tangible Personal Property Taxes
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.
We strongly recommend that you submit your payments online or by mail rather than visiting the Public Service Office.
You may view and pay your Tangible Personal Property taxes on miamidade.county-taxes.com.
- Tangible Personal Property Taxes
Tangible Personal Property taxes can be paid in partial payments. For payment arrangements, please call 305-375-5221.
The Miami-Dade Office of the Tax Collector offers property owners the convenience of receiving their 2023 Tax Bill electronically.
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