Par Jeff Tuthill
The Dallas Central Appraisal District (DCAD) has recently recovered from a cyberattack that severely impacted operations from November 8, 2022 to January 19, 2023. As a result, several important deadlines have been moved, and procedures have changed. Contact one of our local experts today. The deadline for filing renditions and requests for business personal property rendition extensions is now April 17, 2023. For the 2023 tax year, DCAD’s online system will not be available to file renditions or extensions as in previous years. Instead, rendition and extension filings will be accepted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first batch of notices of appraised value for real property will be mailed April 21, 2023, with a protest deadline of May 22, 2023. Business personal property value notices (without rendition extensions) will be mailed May 9, 2023, with a protest deadline of June 8, 2023. Business personal property value notices (with timely rendition extensions: utilities, leased equipment, residential and commercial accounts rendered, agricultural accounts and denials, and railroad corridor accounts) will be mailed May 26, 2023, with a protest deadline of June 26, 2023.
DCAD has started the process of updating changes in ownership records, exemption applications, mailing address changes, values, property plats/splits, and open records requests since the cyberattack commenced.
Tax Year 2023 Timeline – DCAD Important Dates
Ryan’s local property tax experts are available to answer questions regarding the new filing process and to help navigate through tax minimization strategies.
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- Jeff Tuthill