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Sedgwick County I-FILE - Internet Personal Property Filing

File Online   |   Filing for Aircraft Companies
Boats and Watercraft   |   Manufactured Housing

File Personal Property Online with I-File

I-File can be used for both business and individual personal property owners.  The deadline to file online is March 15.

If you filed online last year: Login using the same user ID and password.

If you are a first-time user of the I-File system: Enroll here using your control number, I-File pin number on your statement and your email address.  You will choose a user ID and password to access your account.

If you are a representative preparing this ad valorem personal property tax return, you will need to complete a Declaration of Representative Form and fax or send it to:

Sedgwick County Appraiser's Office
ATTN: Personal Property
4035 E. Harry St.
Wichita, KS 67218
Fax: (316)-660-9219

Questions? Call 660-9110 for assistance with business personal property and individual personal property.

Filing for Aircraft Companies

All aircraft companies are required to file their ad valorem personal property tax renditions either by email attachment or regular mail.  Files of this size cannot be supported online.

email attachments must include:

  1. Name (Business or Personal)
  2. Mailing Address
  3. Location of Property
  4. If a Business, Include Type of Business
  5. Phone Number
  6. As well as the following information:
Control
#
Inventory
ID
#
Purchase
Date
New or Used?
N/U
Purchase
Price
Description
of item
No. of
items
Age of
item at
purchase

Boat and Watercraft Registrations

Who needs to file?

Anyone who purchased a boat and/or trailer located or registered in Sedgwick County as of January 1 must file a personal property rendition with each year, per Kansas statute.  Watercraft will be prorated from the time it was purchased or sold.  A description and a location of the boat/trailer must be included.

How do I file? 

When you purchase a boat and/or trailer, you should submit a personal property form within 30 days.  These forms are not automatically sent to you.  NOTE: If you have filed a form for a boat, each year a new form will be mailed to you for verification or changes.

What are the filing deadlines?

Per Kansas statute 79-306, you must render personal property by March 15 of each year to avoid incurring state mandated penalties.  Counties have no authority to abate, waive or refund the penalty.  Only the Board of Tax Appeals has this authority.

If the watercraft is already listed on a rendition, you may file online.

Register your watercraft using this form.

Manufactured Housing Registrations

Who needs to file?

Anyone who owns a manufactured home located or registered in Sedgwick County as of January 1 that is not permanently affixed to real estate must file a personal property rendition with the Appraiser's Office each year per Kansas Statute 79-303 and 79-306. A description and a location of the mobile home must be included on the rendition.

Where can I get a personal property rendition?

There three ways you can obtain a personal property rendition.

  • Visit the Appraiser's Office or send a request by mail to 4035 E. Harry Street, Wichita, KS 67218

  • Call our office at 316-660-9110

  • Request a blank rendition by email.

Can I file an electronic manufactured housing rendition?

Yes, our office does accept electronic filing. There are several ways to file electronically.

Are there any filing deadlines?

Yes, Per Kansas Statute 79-306, the deadline for rendering personal property is March 15th of each year. To avoid incurring state mandated penalties, renditions must be filed by the deadline date. Counties have no authority to abate, waive, or refund the penalty mandated by K.S.A. 79-1422. Only the Board of Tax Appeals has the authority to abate, waive, or refund the penalty.

Register your manufactured home using this form.

 


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