Business Personal Property
If you own a business, you must render your tangible personal property; intangible personal property is exempt. This property includes furniture, fixtures, equipment, leased equipment, and inventory. You will be assessed on the property that you own on January 1 of the tax year.
File a Rendition
File by mail or at one of our field offices.
Note: Renditions must be filed after January 1 and no later than March 15. Failure to file by March 15th will subject the taxpayer to a mandatory penalty of 10%, or a 20% penalty if not filed by April 15th (Title 68 O.S. §2836C).
If recieved through the mail by this office, it must be postmarked no later than March 15th. Postage metered mail overstamped by the Post Office after March 15th will carry the mandatory penalty.
- All business concerns, corporations, partnerships, and professionals are required by Oklahoma statutes to file each year a statement of taxable assets as of January 1, which are located within the county. The rendition must be signed by an owner, partner, officer of the corporation or bonafide agent.
By Mail—You may download and fill out
the OTC 901 rendition form and return it by mail to this address:
John A. Wright, Tulsa County Assessor
Attn: Business Personal
Tulsa County Headquarters, 5th floor
218 W. Sixth St.
Tulsa, OK 74119
Field Office—In January, a list of field offices will be
set up to provide greater convenience for filing a rendition. Please refer to
the Community Outreach Events Program and Calendar for a list of times and places. This
list will also be published in the Tulsa World and other
Tulsa County newspapers.