How do I pay my Johnson County property taxes?

The accepted payment method is with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit card, or an electronic check. An electronic check is a method of debiting the funds from your checking account just as you would write a check. A processing fee will be added to the amount of taxes due when paying online.

Where can I pay my Johnson County property taxes?

Payment may be mailed to the Johnson County Treasurer’s Office at 86 W. Court Street, Franklin, IN 46131. You may also make your payment in person at the same address. All payments MUST include an innkeeper’s tax return form.

How do I check my property taxes online in Kansas?

**Notice: To pay property taxes online, please visit To find property tax services offered by your County Treasurer, check the County Services directory.

How do I find my personal property tax in Kansas?

Personal property history can be obtained by contacting our office 785-832-5178. Payment information for your car tags can be found on your registration.

How often are property taxes paid in Kansas?

The first half is due November 1st. If first half is not paid by December 21st, the full amount is due with interest. If the taxpayer pays the first half of the personal property taxes in December, the second half is due on or before May 10th of the following year.

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Where do you pay property taxes in Indiana?

Pay your full property tax bill at one of these participating banks: Fifth Third Bank. Financial Center First Credit Union. First Financial Bank.

How do I look up property taxes in Indiana?

The state Treasurer does not manage property tax. Please contact your county Treasurer’s office. Go to and choose your county to view a list of county Web sites.

How do I pay my personal property tax in Johnson County KS?

Personal check, cashier’s check, or money order. DO NOT MAIL CASH. Make checks payable to Johnson County Treasurer. Please write your quick ref id # on the check.

How much are property taxes in Johnson County KS?

Kansas Property Tax Rates

County Median Home Value Average Effective Property Tax Rate
Jackson County $132,500 1.46%
Jefferson County $145,000 1.49%
Jewell County $52,800 1.78%
Johnson County $244,100 1.24%

Does Kansas pay personal property tax?

Kansas law requires that property be taxed uniformly and equally as to class, and unless otherwise specified, valued based upon its market value as of January 1st. Article 11, Section 1 of the Kansas Constitution places real property and personal property into separate classes.