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Tangible Property Info

Tangible Personal Property Tax is an ad valorem assessment against the furniture, fixtures and equipment located in a business and/or rental property.

Taxes become delinquent April 1. Interest accrues up to 1.5% per month and a 20% collection fee is added. 


Constitutional Tax Collector, Serving Palm Beach County
P.O. Box 3353
West Palm Beach, FL 33402-3353

NOTE:  Make payments to:  Tax Collector, PBC

Tangible Personal Property Tax Phone:
Tangible Personal Property Tax Fax:



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  1. Search by Options:
    • Owner Name (Last Name First Name)
    • Mailing Address
    • Property Address (Address must be entered as it appears on the tax bill)
    • Account Number (Example: 123456)
    • Business Name/Trade Name (doing business as -- dba name)
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  3. When the results are returned, click the Account Number to view and/or pay.
 Important Information

NOTE:  If your tangible personal property is valued at $25,000 or less, you do not pay the tangible personal property tax.  However, you must file an initial return. If your tangible personal property value remains below $25,000, you do not need to file a return in subsequent years. 


2018 Tangible Personal Property Taxes are now payable through March 31, 2019.

  • Payments up to $999,999.99 may be paid online by eCheck.
  • Payments over $99,999.99 cannot be paid online by credit card.
  • For additional assistance email


Delinquent Tangible Personal Property Taxes

  • Delinquent Tangible Personal Property taxes are payable online.
  • The Property Appraiser assesses the value of tangible personal property on January 1. If you have questions about your assessments, contact the Property Appraiser's Office.
  • Delinquent Tangible Personal Property Tax (TPP) collections are managed by an outside provider. The outside provider, Revenue Recovery Solutions Inc., does not receive any tax dollars for payment.  The company earns revenue through a 20 percent fee added to the total gross taxes dues.    

*Florida Statute 197.162 (4) extends a payment discount deadline falling on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday to the next working day, if the payment is received in the designated office of the Tax Collector.  This statute does not apply to delinquent taxes.

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