How do I get a Personal Property tax bill?

Each year, you are required to fill out an assessment form with the County Assessor’s Office listing the taxable personal property you own January 1st of the tax year.  Generally, these forms are mailed out to the taxpayer in January and are due back to the Assessor no later than March 1st.  If you do not get a form to fill out in the mail, please contact the Assessor’s office at 636-797-5343.  Substantial late filing fees are assigned by the Assessor if you do not return your form by the deadline.

If you have recently moved into the county, it is your responsibility to contact the Assessor’s office to obtain an assessment form and be added to the county tax rolls.  It is also your responsibility to keep us informed of your current address. 

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1. What is personal property tax?
2. How do I get a Personal Property tax bill?
3. When are the bills available and due?
4. I sold my car in March, why do I have to pay for the full year?
5. What form of payments are accepted & where can the bills be paid?
6. Why am I being charged interest and penalties?
7. How can I obtain another copy of my paid receipt or waiver?
8. How do I know if I am eligible for a waiver?
9. May I pay personal property and real estate taxes with a single check?
10. I am no longer a Missouri resident, do I still owe this tax?