All businesses may file their annual property statements electronically using either SDR or e-SDR.
What is SDR?
The Standard Data Record (SDR) system is designed to simplify the process of filing annual property statements for businesses that have multiple locations in one or more California counties. Note: Specific programming and/or software is required to use SDR. For more information please see the SDR website FAQ's.
What is e-SDR?
"e-SDR" is a component of the SDR network designed for small businesses or those with a minimal number of locations. There is no cost to use this service, and no additional software is required.
E-File Your Business Personal Property Statement January 30 - June 9
e-SDR Taxpayer Manual
2020 Business Property Statement Due Date and Late Filing (Penalty) Dates:
April 1, 2020 -- Business Property Statements Are Due
June 1, 2020* -- Last Day before 10% Penalty is Applied to Late Filed Statements
These mandate filing deadlines can be found in Revenue and Taxation are established in Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 441(b) and 463, and apply to hard copy, SDR, and e-SDR filings. Please be sure to file on time to avoid a late filing penalty. California law does NOT allow filing extensions.
*If this date falls on a weekend or a legal holiday, the filing deadline is the next regular business day.