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I did not file a personal property return and I received a 113-PP Assessment notice from the County Assessor. What am I supposed to do now?

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The county assessor and staff continually receive information from various sources on new businesses in the county. If a new business is discovered and the taxpayer has not filed the proper paperwork with the County, the assessor will prepare a Form 113-PP estimating the value of the assets for the new business. If you receive this form, you must follow-up with the County Assessor's office within 45 days of mailing to determine if the "blind" assessment is accurate. Failure to contact the assessor's office will result in a tax bill for the following year based on the estimated assessed value of the assets.

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