is the deadline for Kansans to pay their property tax payments. Those who prefer to avoid a trip to the post office can conveniently pay their property tax debts online by using the
Kansas Online Property Tax Payments
service. Developed in partnership between the
Kansas County Treasurers Association
Kansas Online Property Tax Payments service
was created to give taxpayers the opportunity to make their payments online.
“The Kansas County Treasurers Association is proud to offer this service to the citizens of Kansas. We recognize that many people appreciate having online payment services. People who use the Kansas Online Property Tax Payments service will surely appreciate the benefits offered by this application,” said Kathy Tremont,
76 Kansas counties
participate in the online service. For privacy purposes, access to your tax account requires a current tax statement issued by your County Treasurer’s office. Additionally, the following must be true:
- Accounts cannot have a prior year tax delinquency
- Accounts must not be in dispute or protest
- Funds must be drawn on a U.S. bank account
Payments may be made through December 20
for first-half tax payments.
Second-half tax payments
may be made through the system beginning in May 2013.
The Kansas Online Property Tax Payments
application accepts payments made through e-check, as well as Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover credit card payments.
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About Kansas County Treasurers Association
The Kansas County Treasurers Association
is a statewide organization dedicated to providing quality, professional service to the citizens of Kansas. Formed for the purposes of providing mutual assistance; building a more uniform system of accounting in the office of County Treasurer; and providing a legislative voice on behalf of the Association; the KCTA diligently pursues all avenues to insure that all responsibilities of County Treasurers are equitable and fair to the taxpayers of the State of Kansas.
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