Personal Property Forms

To get electronic versions of these forms, start at NOAA’s Electronic Forms page.
You can also click on the forms below which are underlined to obtain electronic versions of the forms.

All are in PDF format, which requires that you have an application installed on your computer capable of reading those types of files.

Personal Property Official Appointment Letters

The following is a list of forms pertaining to the following programs:

NOAA Forms

DOC Personal Property Forms

Sunflower Personal Property Forms

Please click on the links below to open the Sunflower Management Center Form you need. Please note that the forms have been updated to include an instructions section and a Form section, you will need to complete and submit the Form section that begins on page 2 to the DOC Sunflower Help Desk at this email, and  “cc”  your Line Office Representative. Once your request has been

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California State Controller’s Office: Unclaimed Property

California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and certain other entities to report and submit their customers’ property to the State Controller’s Office when there has been no activity for a period of time (generally three years). Common types of unclaimed property are bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages, and safe deposit box contents. Property does not include Real Estate. Controller Betty Yee safeguards this lost or forgotten property as long as it takes to reunite it with the rightful owners; there is no deadline for claiming it once it is transferred over to the State Controller’s Office. It is easy to find out if the Controller is protecting property in your name.

Claiming Your Property

Did you receive an unclaimed property notice like this? The Controller’s team sends out notices annually in an effort to connect rightful owners with their property before it is

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Business Personal Property – Department of Revenue

Personal Property Assessment and Taxation

All taxable property and all interests in taxable property shall be listed, assessed, and valued as of January 1 of each year unless otherwise specifically provided by law. (KRS 132.220)

Taxable property includes:

The return should include property that has been fully depreciated, in storage or expensed if on hand as of the assessment date of January 1. Each individual, partnership, or corporation that has taxable personal property must file a return Form 62A500 between January 1 and May 15th with their local Property Valuation Administrator (PVA).  See link to PVA Directory at right.  Form 62A500 is not
required to be filed for tangible personal property with a sum fair cash value
of $1,000 or less per property location.

Returns filed by the due date are assessed by the local PVA.  The tax bills resulting from these returns will be generated and mailed by

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Finance & Property Services – City of Minneapolis

Financial Transparency Platform

The City has launched its Financial Transparency Platform – an interactive reporting tool that allows the public to explore City financial data online in various, easy-to-use graphical formats.

2017 CLIC Report (2018-2022)
2016 CLIC Report (2017-2021)
2016 CAFR

Financial Reports

This site contains financial reports produced by the department.

Financial Reports

CLIC Members Job Description

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)


Bond Holder Information

Bond holders and others will find useful information on the financial position of the City of Minneapolis. If you are seeking investment information, please visit Digital Assurance Certification LLC (DAC), register, log in and navigate to information regarding the City of Minneapolis.

Independent Registered Municipal  Advisor Exemption

Financial Reports

Minneapolis Budget

Bond information (DAC/Secondary market disclosure – you will be leaving the City of Minneapolis Web site)

Responsible Banking

Per City Ordinance 2013-Or-082, financial institutions which participate in or desire to

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Business Personal Property

Please note that all processing times except for documents filed online will be significantly delayed due to COVID-19 work limitations. We apologize for the inconvinience and appreciate your patience.

Charter Business Services & Personal Property Assessments – Please be advised that effective 3/16/2020, SDAT’s Charter & Personal Property public counter located at State Center in Baltimore will be closed to the public until further notice.​

  • Nearly all charter and personal property filings can be made online, and to do so please visit Maryland Business Express ( to register your business, order business documents, and file annual reports and personal property tax returns.
  • Any transaction that cannot be completed online can still be mailed in to to SDAT’s offices. You may download those forms using the links below.​
The Business Personal Property unit is responsible for the valuation of taxable personal property owned by business entities throughout the state of
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Personal Property Insurance – Cost Calculator

Category Estimated Cost

Sofas, chairs, tables, ottomans, beds, night stands, etc.

Toaster, blender, food processor, vacuum cleaner, and large appliances (if owned) including washer, dryer, refrigerator, range, window air conditioner, portable dishwasher, portable dehumidifier, etc.

Paintings, wall hangings, area rugs, lamps, bric-a-brac.

Everyday dishes, fine china, stainless flatware, pots, pans, knives, etc.

Silver or silver plated flatware or goldware.

Bed linens, quilts, duvets, bed spreads, shams, bath towels/wash cloths/hand towels, dish towels, table cloths, etc.

Clothes, shoes, handbags, belts, hats, gloves, etc.

Desktop computers, laptop computers, external hard drives, external CD/DVD drives, printers, etc.

Home entertainment systems, stereo receivers, speakers, amplifiers, TVs, DVD & BluRay players/recorders, CD players, VCRs, camcorders, MP3 players, portable devices, answering machines, miscellaneous audio/video equipment, etc.

CDs, DVDs, BluRay disks, audio or video tapes, books, flash drives, other media.

Cameras, lenses, tripods, meters, lighting equipment, developing equipment, etc.

Bicycle, skates, skis, sporting goods/athletic equipment, treadmill, stationary

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Unclaimed Money, Missing Money, Unclaimed Property

Free Unclaimed Money Search. Is Unclaimed Money Property Really Free?

What Does it Mean When Websites Advertise Themselves as “Free?”

Collecting data records from multiple sources and obtaining proper documents can be costly.
Real website services require a fee to help you locate money.
Though you can perform a free search by yourself on government websites like the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service, this takes much longer and can be a time-consuming process.
Not to mention, the Bureau of Fiscal Service and the New York State Office of the State Comptroller may ultimately require additional sensitive information such as a social security number.
When you register for an account with GoLookUp, you get immediate access to your refund, retirement benefits, and other missing money records, as well as other services including background checks, reverse email, address information, social search, people search,

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Personal Property Definition

What is Personal Property?

Personal property is a class of property that can include any asset other than real estate. The distinguishing factor between personal property and real estate, or real property, is that personal property is movable; that is, it isn’t fixed permanently to one particular location. It is generally not taxed like fixed property.

Understanding Personal Property

Personal property is also known as movable property, movables, and chattels. Because it is viewed as an asset, it may be taken into consideration by a lender when someone applies for a mortgage or other loan. 

Personal property can be insured for its current, possibly depreciated, value or for what it would cost to replace with a similar new item.

Some kinds of property, such as home appliances, clothing, and automobiles, tend to depreciate in value over time. Other kinds, such as artworks and antiques, will sometimes appreciate in value. When

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