How is personal property assessed and may I appeal the assessment on my property?

Personal property is assessed at fair market value as of January 1 each year. If you do not agree with the assessment of your personal property, you may appeal the value within 30 days from the date of the bill. Your appeal must be in writing and contain a description of your disagreement and include any documentation to support your appeal.  Appeal forms are provided under Related Documents.

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1. What types of personal property am I required to list?
2. If I own personal property, do I have to list it every year?
3. When should I list my personal property with the tax office?
4. Who is responsible to list and pay taxes on personal property?
5. How is personal property assessed and may I appeal the assessment on my property?
6. If I register my boat with North Carolina Wildlife, must I still list it with the Tax Office?
7. What does situs mean?