Tangible Personal Property Forms
Tangible Personal Property Tax Return Form
TPP Tax Return &
Instructions: Florida Department of Revenue personal property tax form (DR-405)
and instructions (DR-405(I)) for businesses, leasing companies, and income
properties (hotels, motels, apartment complexes, warehouses & storage facilities, commercial rental
properties). Do not use this form for rental properties such as Single
Family/Townhouses, Duplexes, Condos, or Co-ops (see Tangible Personal Property
Rental Tax Return Form).
Tangible Personal Property Rental Tax Return Form
TPP Tax Return
for Rentals: Lee County personal property tax form for rental properties such as
Single Family/Townhouses, Duplexes, Condos, or Co-ops. Do not use this form
for businesses, leasing companies, and income properties (hotels, motels, apartment complexes,
warehouses & storage facilities, commercial rental properties (see Tangible
Personal Property Tax Return Form).
Tangible Rental Return Online Filing
Tangible Disposition Letter Form
Business or Corporation Name Change, Physical
Location Change, Sale or Liquidation of Business or Rental, Business or Rental Closing.
Tangible Depreciation Schedules & Economic Life Tables
Return of Pollution Control Devices Form
The DR-492 should be filed annually in accordance with the Department of Revenue procedures for the
assessment of pollution control devices as contained within Section 193.621 of the Florida Statutes, and Rule 12D-6.005 of the Florida Administrative
Code. It will need to be received by our office no later than April 1st each year in order for the assessment of your pollution control devices to be
considered for a reduction. Please feel free to electronically file this form via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If
you have questions or concerns, please contact our office at (239) 533-6142.
Contact the Tangible Personal Property Department at:
Phone: (239) 533-6140
Fax: (239) 533-6289
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