Is aircraft in Nevada Subject to taxation?
According to Nevada Revised Statutes, all property not defined or taxed as “real estate” or “real property” is considered to be “personal property.” Taxable personal property includes aircraft, manufactured homes and all property used in conjunction with a business. The taxation of personal property has been in effect since Nevada became a state in 1864. Nevada Revised Statutes, Chapter 360-361, provide for the taxation of all property, unless specifically exempted by law. Since aircraft are not exempted, they are taxable.

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1. Is aircraft in Nevada Subject to taxation?
2. Who must file an aircraft appraisal declaration with the Assessor?
3. What is the purpose of the declaration?
4. When may an aircraft owner expect a personal property tax bill?
5. How is the tax amount computed?
6. How do I obtain an aircraft appraisal declaration?
7. Where can I obtain assistance in completing the aircraft appraisal declaration?