Missourians face a Sunday deadline to file their personal property tax declaration forms.
People who can’t visit their county assessor’s office by Friday, February 27th, or file online should make sure the forms are postmarked by March 1st.
The forms were mailed out a couple of months ago. People should delete personal property they no longer own and add items such as cars and livestock bought during 2014.
Some places offer a little bit of leeway. In Pike County, people who miss the March 1st deadline will get a second notice in the mail.
However, failure to comply eventually could mean fines of $10 to $100. The fee is based on the amount of property owned.