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A: Following is a partial list of items that should be reported:

  • Office furniture and fixtures, including file cabinets, books and bookcases, desks, and decorative items,
  • Store equipment such as racks, shelves, shopping carts, equipment, typewriters, time clocks, and teller machines,
  • Restaurant equipment including tables, booths, chairs, drink dispensers, freezers, appliances, sinks, and cookware,
  • Apartment, motel and hotel equipment including furniture exercise equipment, appliances, linens, lighting, and decorative items,
  • Machinery and heavy equipment as well as shop tools, dental tools, drilling equipment, portable sheds, dumpsters, golf carts, fork lifts, engraving machines, welding equipment and mortuary equipment,
  • Electronic equipment, such as sound systems, alarms systems, musical instruments, fax machines, computers, camera equipment, postage scales, vending machines, hair removal machines, radios, televisions, small tools, and video recorders,
  • Leased equipment is also assessable. 

A: Personal property exempt from taxation:  inventories that are for sale or resale at wholesale, retail or consignment; motor vehicles that are registered under the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Code, except for manufactured homes; aircraft registered under the Aircraft Registration Act, etc.


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