Wednesday, December 28, 2022 - Sequoyah County Assessor Brandy Dobbs recently announced that personal property renditions will be mailed out to all Sequoyah County residents on January 3, 2023.
Renditions not received on or before March 15 will receive a mandatory penalty, which will be added to the personal property account.
Dobbs stated, "If the postmark on the envelope is on March 15th, it will be accepted and not counted as late."
However, after March 15, a 10% penalty will be added, and after April 15th, the penalty will increase to 20%. "This fee is mandatory per Oklahoma Statute (OS) 68 Sec. 2836(d)," Dobbs added.
The filing period for all exemptions will be from January 1 through March 15, 2023. Income for all household members is required for the senior valuation freeze and double homestead exemptions. The senior freeze income guideline is $62,600 for the 2023 tax year.
The visual inspection area for 2023 will be the Vian and Gore area. Dobbs wanted to remind residents to please be kind to deputies because they are only doing their jobs. (per OS 68 Sec. 2820.)
The Sequoyah County Assessor’s Office can be contacted for questions regarding renditions and exemptions at 918-775-2062.
Lindsie Dyer, Staff Writer
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