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Industrial property tax
The Department of Revenue has the responsibility for the appraisal and valuation of all industrial properties in the state of Oregon which have an improvement value of more than $1,000,000. This currently includes 885 sites with a market value of more than $15 billion. The industrial groups include, but are not limited to, electronic/high tech, wood/paper, food processing, primary and secondary metals, chemical, plastics, and printing.          
Oregon law requires that all costs of real and personal property must be reported on the Industrial Property Return (IPR) without regard for federal and state laws or rules relating to immediate expensing, accelerated depreciation, or bonus depreciation for income tax purposes. 
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Industrial property tax forms