How can I appeal my personal property assessment?
When you receive your Notice of Assessment, you will see the scheduled dates and times of your local March Board of Review. You may either schedule an appointment with your local Board of Review or you may appeal directly to the Michigan Tax Tribunal.

An appeal directly to the Michigan Tax Tribunal requires that your personal property statement has been filed by the February 20 statutory deadline. If you did not file your personal property statement, you must first appeal to the March Board of Review. Further, if your appeal is to the Michigan Tax Tribunal, you must meet their filing deadline of May 31 (or the agricultural personal property filing deadline of July 31).

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1. What is personal property?
2. What are examples of personal property?
3. When is tax day for personal property?
4. When and where do I file my personal property statement?
5. When and where do I file an Affidavit of Eligible Personal Property (Small Taxpayer Exemption Form 5076)?
6. What happens if I file my personal property statement late?
7. Can I request an extension for filing my personal property statement?
8. What costs do I report on my personal property statement?
9. What if my costs are for used assets?
10. What if I have expensed or fully depreciated my assets?
11. I don't own a building, though I lease office space. Do I still have to file for personal property?
12. I operate a business out of my home, do I have to file for and pay personal property tax?
13. Do I report leased equipment?
14. How can I appeal my personal property assessment?
15. What if I don't agree with the decision of the March Board of Review?
16. Where does my tax money go?
17. What are my responsibilities as a business owner?
18. What happens if my business moves out prior to tax day?
19. What happens if my personal property taxes become delinquent?