What takes place at the appeal hearing?

The appraiser will demonstrate how the appraised value was determined for the property. The property owner should present information and documentation to support the value he or she believes should be on the property. The appraiser will review and evaluate all information and documentation presented at the hearing. A "hearing result letter" with the appraiser's final determination of value will be mailed to the property owner. If the owner is still not satisfied with the appraised value, he or she may further appeal to the State Board of Tax Appeals. [K.S.A. 79-1448, 79-2005]

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1. What is personal property?
2. What personal property is taxable?
3. How is personal property appraised?
4. How is personal property classified and assessed in Kansas?
5. What does the county appraiser do?
6. How does the county appraiser discover taxable personal property?
7. Who needs to list personal property for taxation?
8. Who must sign the personal property rendition?
9. When and where does a taxpayer file a rendition?
10. Personal Property Filing Penalties
11. How does the county appraiser determine personal property values?
12. Do personal property values depreciate every year?
13. How does the county's appraisal affect taxes?
14. When are taxpayers notified of the value of their personal property?
15. What can property owners do if they believe their personal property value is too high?
16. What takes place at the appeal hearing?
17. How are personal property taxes calculated?
18. What is the mill levy?
19. Who is responsible for the taxes due on property that was sold or purchased during the year?
20. Are property taxes prorated between buyer and seller?
21. Are personal property taxes prorated?
22. I sold my property during the year; do I still need to fill out a rendition?
23. When are personal property taxes due?
24. Where can taxpayers find additional information about property taxation?