Online BPP Renditions
This site allows business owners to file the required Business Personal Property (BPP) rendition form that
provides the appraisal district with the description, location, cost and acquisition dates for personal
property that you own. The appraisal district uses the information to help estimate the market value of
your property for taxation purposes.
From this page you will be able to file your online rendition. If you have received your rendition form that
has a ONLINE ID located in the upper right hand corner, you can access the online form. You will need to type in
-character account number
(PIN Number), located in the upper left hand corner of your rendition.
You will also need to type in your ONLINE ID number located in the upper right hand corner of
your rendition. If your form does not have a ONLINE ID, you will not be able to use the online form this year.
Please enter your PIN Number and Online ID
State law requires, on or before April 15, a person shall render for taxation all tangible personal property
used for the production of income that he owns or manages and controls as a fiduciary on January 1. If
April 15 falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the rendition will be considered timely if submitted on the
following Monday. A penalty of 10% of the tax liability will be imposed for failure to file a timely rendition.
You must file BPP Renditions or a request for an extension on or before
Monday, April 15, 2013 11:59:59 PM CST
to avoid penalties.
If an extension is granted, the extended deadline by which BPP Renditions must be filed is Wednesday, May 15, 2013 11:59:59 PM CST