What is the notice I received regarding Personal Property?

It is a personal property listing generated by
the Department of Revenue regarding a business license you applied for in the
previous tax year. Personal property is a recorded list of all the assets you
use to run your business. Examples of the personal property that would be
listed include; printers, computers, tractors, tools, furniture, construction
equipment, and supplies. Business owners are required to report their personal
property and pay tax on the value of the equipment. 

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1. What is the notice I received regarding Personal Property?
2. How do I complete a personal property listing?
3. What is considered a personal property asset?
4. How can I submit my completed listing?
5. Am I being double taxed on my equipment?
6. What if I bought the equipment used or if it is extremely old?
7. I am a farm account; doesn’t that mean I am exempt from personal property tax?
8. Is there a way to file my personal property listing online?
9. Do I still have to file my listing if I have not recently purchased or sold any assets?