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Every year during this time, Missouri residents and business owners must declare their personal and business property. This year’s assessment lists have been mailed by the Greene County Assessor, Rick Kessinger, and must be returned before March 1stto avoid penalties. KSMU’s Theresa Bettmann has more.
Missouri law requires that residents declare all taxable property including: motor vehicles, boats, trailers, livestock, farm machinery, mobile homes and business related equipment. This applies to any property owned as of January 1stof 2012.
Personal property lists have already been mailed to Greene County residents reflecting what appeared on the last year’s assessment. If no changes are needed, residents must check the “No Changes Made” box, then sign, date and return the form. To make adjustments, check the “Changes” box and adjust the list as needed by crossing out items, or adding new items in the space provided.
Business property assessments are not pre-printed, and must be completely filled out. All unsigned forms will be returned.
Any property owner who did not receive an assessment form by January 27thshould contact the Greene County Assessor’s office, or visit the Historic Greene County Courthouse. For KSMU News, I’m Theresa Bettmann.