When is the statement due?

The e-filed Property Statement indicates that the Statement is to be filed by April 1. However, according to The California Revenue and Taxation Code (Section 441 and 463), the taxpayer has until May 7 (or the next business day if May 7 is on a weekend) to e-file the Statement. If not e-filed by May 7, our office must add a 10% late filing penalty. Note that the online portal for e-filing is open until 11:59 pm on May 31, however, the statement must be submitted by 11:59 on May 7 to be considered filed timely.

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1. Why should I e-file my Property Statement in lieu of paper filing?
2. Why do I have to complete this statement?
3. When is the statement due?
4. How do I e-file a Statement?
5. Why did you return my e-filed statement?
6. What is considered a ‘Valid Statement'?
7. What if the information already populated is not correct?
8. Can I attach a software-generated statement?