Tangible Personal Property is any item, other than real estate, that is used in a business. This includes furniture, fixtures, machinery, equipment, tools, signs, leasehold improvements, household appliances, supplies, leased equipment and any other assets used by the business. For more information about Tangible Personal Property taxes, visit Pasco County Property Appraiser.
If you own both the land and the mobile home, which is permanently affixed, it is considered real property. If you do not own the land but you do own the mobile home, you are required to purchase a current Mobile Home Decal Tangible Personal Property is additions to the shell of the mobile home, such as carports, sheds, awnings or air conditioners. For more information about mobile home taxes, contact Pasco County Property Appraiser: 352-521-4433 • 727-847-8151 • 813-929-2780.
Delinquent Tangible Taxes
Unpaid Tangible Taxes become delinquent on April 1st of the year following the year of assessment. A late penalty of 1.5% of the tax amount is added on April 1st. Interest continues to accrue at 1.5% a month until paid. Advertising charges are added on May 1st. If the taxes remain unpaid, a lawsuit will be filed. Warrant costs and other fees are added to the amount due. A circuit court hearing is scheduled immediately to ratify warrants authorizing the Tax Collector to seize and sell tangible personal property for non-payment of taxes.