Jackson County, Oregon, USA
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ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE
10 South Oakdale Ave, Room 300
Medford, Oregon 97501

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November 18, 2017
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Business Personal Property

Business Personal Property is any property other than real property which is composed of tangible assets held for use in a business.  Taxable Business Personal Property includes but is not limited to: inventory, supplies, movable furniture, fixtures, equipment, leasehold improvements, rental furnishings and other personal property used by business and industry.  Household personal property, if used for personal use, is not taxed. (ORS 308.290)

January 2016 - New Legislature becomes effective - NO BUSINESS PERSONAL PROPERTY EXTENSIONS will be granted.  Filing date has also been extended from March 1st to March 15th.

Contact our program at 541-774-6094 or by e-mail at Personalproperty@jacksoncounty.org

Department of Revenue Links

Visit the Oregon Department of Revenue forms page at http://www.oregon.gov/DOR/forms/Pages/default.aspx

Search for "Confidential Personal Property Return" for the fillable return.

Search for "Personal Property Assessment and Taxation" for an information letter providing more general information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I appeal my Personal Property value?

If you believe your value may be incorrect or you were charged a late filing penalty in error, contact our office at 541-774-6094.  The Assessor’s Office can correct errors up to December 31.  Between October 25 and December 31 you may also contact the County Clerk’s Office to file an appeal with the Board of Property Tax Appeals (BOPTA).

How do I appeal my Personal Property value?

If you believe your value may be incorrect or you were charged a late filing penalty in error, contact our office at 541-774-6094.  The Assessor’s Office can correct errors up to December 31.  Between October 25 and December 31 you may also contact the County Clerk’s Office to file an appeal with the Board of Property Tax Appeals (BOPTA).