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What does BPPT stand for?

BPPT stands for Business Personal Property Tax (various locations)

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Military and Government
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Samples in periodicals archive:

DETROIT, May 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- While campaigning to become the Governor of Michigan, candidate Rick Snyder proposed to eliminate the business personal property tax because he felt that it was an impediment to attracting reinvestment and new investment into Michigan.
with a comprehensive review of the inventory of state economic incentive programs; and, Best Practices of Economic Incentives Programs, including analysis of job training grant programs, payroll rebate programs, deal-closing funds, retention incentive programs, the business personal property tax exemption, tax increment financing and new incentives programs.
Municipal qualified revenues include the following: business personal property tax replacement revenues, gross receipts tax (now known as 'energy receipts') revenues, municipal purposes tax assistance fund distributions, state urban aid, state revenue sharing and any other funds appropriated as state aid and not otherwise dedicated to specific municipal programs.
The survey conducted during a Web seminar in May 2010 polled over 100 property tax executives in various industries including manufacturing, energy, and telecommunications and found that: * 58 percent expect their property tax liability to either remain the same or increase compared to last year * 74 percent find compliance with business personal property tax on inventory a significant issue for their organization Currently there are more than 13,000 taxing jurisdictions in the United States, each with varying rules and regulations on how property, including inventory, is taxed.
Second, a bid to eliminate the business personal property tax, which raises $750 million to $800 million for local governments, mutated into a study to be conducted between now and the next session of the legislature that will determine the negative impacts of the tax on business recruitment.