Inventory Tax Form 50 246 PDF Details

The Inventory Tax Form 50 246 is a state tax form that businesses in California use to report and pay their inventory taxes. This form is due annually on April 15, and businesses must file it regardless of whether they owe taxes or not. The instructions for the form are complex, so it's important to understand what you're doing before you begin completing the form. Thankfully, there are plenty of resources available online to help you do just that. Make sure to consult with an accountant if you have any questions about how to complete the form. Filing your inventory tax return correctly is essential for maintaining compliance with the state government and avoiding penalties.

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Form NameInventory Tax Form 50 246
Form Length4 pages
Fillable?Yes
Fillable fields185
Avg. time to fill out38 min
Other names50 246 form, inventory tax texas form, inventory form dealers, motor dealers statement

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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Form

50-246

 

Dealer’s Motor Vehicle Inventory Tax Statement

CONFIDENT IAL

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Page _________ of pages ________

Reporting Month

Year

 

____________________________________________________________________

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Send Original to: County Tax Office Name and Address

 

Phone (area code and number)

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________

Send Copy to: Appraisal District Name and Address

 

Phone (area code and number)

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: This inventory tax statement must be filed by a dealer of motor vehicles pursuant to Tax Code Section 23.122. This statement is filed together with an amount equal to the total amount of the unit property tax assigned to all motor vehicles sold in the preceding month. File a separate statement for each business location and retain documentation relating to the disposition of each vehicle.

ALTERNATIVE ELECTION: Effective Jan. 1, 2014, certain dealers of motor vehicle inventory may elect to file renditions under Tax Code Chapter 22, rather than file declarations and tax statements under Tax Code Chapter 23. Tax Code Section 23.121(a)(3) allows a dealer to make this election if it (1) does not sell motor vehicles that are self-propelled and designed to transport persons or property on a public highway; (2) meets either of the following two requirements: (a) the total annual sales from the inventory, less sales to dealers, fleet transactions, and subsequent sales, for the preceding tax year are 25 percent or less of the dealer’s total revenue from all sources during that period, or (b) the dealer did not sell a motor vehicle to a person other than another dealer during the preceding tax year and the dealer estimates that the dealer’s total annual sales from the dealer’s motor vehicle inventory, less sales to dealers, fleet transactions, and subsequent sales, for the 12-month period corresponding to the current tax year will be 25 percent or less of the dealer’s total revenue from all sources during that period; (3) files with the chief appraiser and the tax collector by Aug. 31 of the preceding tax year on a form prescribed by the Comptroller a declaration that the dealer elects not to be treated as a dealer under Tax Code Section 23.121 in the current tax year; AND

(4)renders the dealer’s motor vehicle inventory in the current tax year by filing a rendition with the chief appraiser in the manner provided by Tax Code Chapter 22. A dealer who makes this election must file the election annually with the chief appraiser and the tax collector by Aug. 31 of the preceding tax year, so long as the dealer meets the eligibility requirements of law.

FILING INSTRUCTIONS: This document and all supporting documentation must be filed with the appraisal district office and the county tax assessor- collector’s office in the county in which the business is located. Do not file this document with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. A directory with contact information for appraisal district and tax offices may be found on the Comptroller’s website.

STATEMENT DEADLINES: Except as provided by Tax Code Section 23.122(g), a statement and prepayment of taxes must be filed on or before the 10th day of each month.

PENALTIES: A dealer who fails to file a statement as required commits a misdemeanor offense punishable by a fine not to exceed $100. Each day during which a dealer fails to comply is a separate violation. In addition to other penalties provided by law, a dealer who fails to file or timely file a statement must forfeit a penalty of $500 for each month or part of a month in which a statement is not filed or timely filed after it is due. A tax lien attaches to the dealer’s business personal property to secure payment of the penalty. In addition to other penalties provided by law, an owner who fails to remit unit property tax due must pay a penalty of 5 percent of the amount due. If the amount due is not paid within 10 days after the due date, the owner must pay an additional 5 percent of the amount due. Unit property taxes paid on or before Jan. 31 of the year following the date on which they are due are not delinquent.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

The chief appraiser or collector may examine documents held by a dealer in the same manner and subject to the same conditions as provided by Tax Code Section 23.121(g) and 23.122(f).

STEP 1: Dealer Information

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Name of Dealer

___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Mailing Address

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________

City, State, ZIP Code

Phone (area code and number)

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________

Name of Person Completing Statement

Title

The Property Tax Assistance Division at the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts provides property tax

For more information, visit our website:

information and resources for taxpayers, local taxing entities, appraisal districts and appraisal review boards.

comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax

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STEP 2: Business’ Name and Physical Address of Business Location

Provide the appraisal district account number if available or attach tax bill or copy of appraisal or tax office correspondence concerning your account.

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Name of Business

___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address, City, State, ZIP Code

____________________________________________________________________

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Account Number

Business Start Date, if Not in Business on Jan. 1

____________________________________________________________________

 

General Distinguishing Number (GDN)

 

STEP 3: Vehicle Inventory Information

Provide the following information about each motor vehicle sale during the reporting month. Continue on additional sheets if necessary. In lieu of filling out the information in this step, you may attach separate documentation setting forth the information required. All such information must be separately identified in a manner that conforms to the column headers used in the table below. See last page for additional instructions and footnotes.

Description of Vehicle Sold

Date of

Model

 

Vehicle

Sale

Year

Make

Identification Number

 

 

 

 

Purchaser’s

Name

Type of

Sale1

Sales Price2

Unit Property

Tax3

Total Unit Property Tax4

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Unit Property Tax Factor

For more information, visit our website: comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax

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STEP 4: Total Units Sold and Total Sales

Number of units sold for reporting month:

______________________

______________________

______________________

_____________________

Motor Vehicle Inventory

Fleet Transactions

Dealer Sales

 

Subsequent Sales

Sales amounts for reporting month:

 

 

 

 

$_____________________

$_____________________

$_____________________

$ ____________________

Motor Vehicle Inventory

Fleet Transactions

Dealer Sales

 

Subsequent Sales

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEP 5: Signature and Date

 

 

 

 

Signature required on last page only.

 

 

 

 

 

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__________________________________________________________

 

 

 

Print Name

 

 

Title

 

 

________________________________

 

 

_________________________________________________________

 

 

 

Authorized Signature

 

 

Date

 

If you make a false statement on this report, you could be found guilty of a Class A misdemeanor or a state jail felony under Penal Code Section 37.10

For more information, visit our website: comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax

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Additional Instructions

Step 3: Information on each vehicle sold during the reporting month. Complete the information on each motor vehicle sold, including the date of sale, model year, model make, vehicle identification number, purchaser’s name, type of sale, sales price and unit property tax. The footnotes include:

1Type of Sale: Place one of the following codes by each sale reported:

MV – motor vehicle inventory – sales of motor vehi- cles. A motor vehicle is a fully self-propelled vehicle with at least two wheels which has the primary purpose of transporting people or property (whether or not intended for use on a public street, road, or highway) and includes a towable recreational vehicle. Motor vehi- cle does not include: 1. vehicles with a certificate of title that has been surrendered in exchange for a salvage certificate; nor 2. equipment or machinery designed and intended for a specific work related purpose other than transporting people or property.

FL – fleet transactions – motor vehicles included in the sale of five or more motor vehicles from inventory to the same person within one calendar year.

DL – dealer sales – sales of vehicles to another Texas dealer or dealer who is legally recognized in another state as a motor vehicle dealer.

SS – subsequent sales dealer-financed sales of motor vehicles that, at the time of sale, have dealer financing from your motor vehicle inventory in the same calendar year.

2Sales Price: Total amount of money paid or to be paid for the purchase of a motor vehicle as set forth as sales price in the form entitled Application for Texas Certificate of Title promulgated by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. In a transaction that does not involve the use of that form, the term means an amount of money that is equivalent, or substantially equivalent, to the amount that would appear as sales price on the Application for Texas Certificate of Title if that form were involved.

3Unit Property Tax: To compute, multiply the sales price by the unit property tax factor. Contact either the county tax assessor-collector or county appraisal district for the current unit property tax factor. The unit property tax factor is calculated by dividing the prior year’s aggregate tax rate by 12. If the aggregate tax rate is expressed in dollars per $100 of valuation, divide by $100 and then divide by 12. It represents one-twelfth of the preceding year’s aggregate tax rate at the location. For fleet, dealer and subsequent sales that are not included in the motor vehicle inven- tory, the unit property tax is $-0-. If no unit property tax is assigned, state the reason.

4Total unit property tax for reporting month: Enter the total amount of unit property tax from the “Total for this page only” box on previous page(s). This is the total amount of unit property tax that will be submitted with the statement to the collector.

For more information, visit our website: comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax

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