Oregon Department of Revenue

Rule Rule 150-314-0390
Property Factor; In General


The property factor of the apportionment formula for each trade or business of the taxpayer includes all real and tangible personal property owned or rented and used during the tax period in the regular course of such trade or business. The term “real and tangible personal property” includes land, buildings, machinery, stocks of goods, equipment, and other real and tangible personal property but does not include coin or currency. Property used in connection with the production of nonapportionable income is excluded from the property factor. Property used both in the regular course of taxpayer’s trade or business and in the production of nonapportionable income is included in the factor only to the extent the property is used in the regular course of taxpayer’s trade or business. The method of determining that portion of the value to be included in the factor will depend upon the facts of each case. The property factor must reflect the average value of property includable in the factor. See OAR 150-314-0406 (Property Factor; Averaging Property Value).
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