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Thursday, February 28, 2019

Daffodils for Broadus Cancer Fund

If you need a little spring in your life, you don't want to miss the daffodil sale in support of the Broadus Cancer Fund.  

Today is the last day to submit your orders, so hurry before it's too late! 
To order, contact our office or one of the many wonderful ladies in our community supporting this group.
1 bunch for $10
3 bunches for $25
Checks payable to Broadus Cancer Fund

Daffodils will be delivered in mid-March.
 

Thursday, February 21, 2019

MT Department of Revenue requires personal and business property to be reported for personal property tax evaluation by March 1st. Personal property is reported via the MT DOR TransAction Portal (TAP) website. If you're having trouble filing the report online, instructional video are provided. Or, feel free to call our office for filing assistance.

Personal property includes:
  • Business equipment
  • Mining and manufacturing machinery
  • Agricultural implements and equipment
  • Furniture
  • Fixtures
  • All other property not included in any other property class

Detailed lists of equipment by category can be found on the Personal Property Equipment List:
Furniture, Fixtures, and Miscellaneous Equipment
Heavy Equipment
Manufacturing and Mining Equipment
Farm and Ranch Equipment
Oil and Gas Equipment

Please note: Property that has been “depreciated out” for income tax purposes is still taxable for property tax purposes.

Any property you own, possess, or control at midnight on January 1 is taxable for that year.

Please report your personal property in our TransAction Portal before March 1 to avoid a penalty equal to 20% of the depreciated personal property value.



Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Good Luck Hawks!


GOOD LUCK to the Broadus Hawks and Lady Hawks at District Tournaments!

Thursday, February 7, 2019

IRS to waive tax penalties for underwithholding and underpayment


If you discover your federal income tax was underwithheld as a result of changes in the tax code, there could be some relief from penalties. You can find out more on this from this article at Accounting Today.

Be sure to review your withholdings at tax time and consider completing a new W4 for your employer if changes are necessary.