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On-Line Payments

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Important Dates & Deadlines


Frequently Asked Questions

General Information & Levies

Real Estate (General info)

Personal Property (General info)

Vehicle Licensing

Merchant's License

Delinquent Tax Sale

Methods of Payment

Tax Credits For Senior
Citizens and Disabled



             
 
CAUTION: If you need an immediate receipt to license a vehicle and are making payment on-line, you MUST PRINT TWO DOCUMENTS in the payment process to present to the license bureau.
1.  DETAILED TAX STATEMENT (itemizes vehicles taxed)
2.  PAYMENT CONFIRMATION
3.  ADVISED TO CALL THE LICENSE BUREAU YOU WILL BE USING  (if not using the Warrensburg License Bureau)
TO CONFIRM THEY WILL ACCEPT THE TEMPORARY RECEIPT before making payment on-line.

Official paid receipts will be mailed to the address on the tax bill within 7 business days. 

* * * WE CANNOT FAX RECEIPTS PAID ON-LINE * * *

             CLICK HERE TO SEARCH or PAY YOUR TAXES.

Please note, there are transaction fees when paying your taxes on-line.  Before finalizing your payment you will be asked to agree to the fee amount.  No fee is charged or retained by the Collector, her office or Johnson County.  Other businesses pay this fee from the profit of a sale, however, there is no profit in collecting taxes, therefore, according to RMSo 139.055 passed in 2005, the cost is charged only to those that choose to pay by electronic method.
Fees are set as follows:      $2.75 flat fee per transaction for eChecks,
                                               $3.95 flat fee for Visa Signature Personal Debit Card and
                                               3.0% of payment amount for all Credit and non-Visa Debit Cards.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO PAY TAXES ON-LINE:


1. CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD NUMBER  /  CHECKING ACCOUNT AND ROUTING NUMBER
2. ACCOUNT NUMBER OR PARCEL NUMBER  /  TAXPAYER ID (PIN NUMBER)  /  BILL NUMBER
We recognize our obligation to keep information secure and confidential, therefore, we are not     offering name look-up at this time.  Searching by Taxpayer ID is the best method as it will group multiple bills and types together that have been assigned to your unique ID number.  Your Taxpayer ID is located in the upper right corner of your tax statement.  If you do not have your tax statement, you may call the Collector’s office to obtain your Taxpayer ID.  Please confirm that all property is listed correctly and completely before paying.  The ID you use may not include all tax bills you wish to pay.  Click HERE for more details describing each search mode.


The functionality of the on-line payment process relies on several systems and electronic devices; therefore, the availability of the on-line payment system cannot be guaranteed at all times.  The Johnson County Collector’s Office encourages taxpayers wishing to pay their taxes on-line to do so in a timely manner before midnight December 31.  Any tax payment not received by the due date will be subject to applicable late penalties, interest and fees.  This site has been developed and is maintained by the Johnson County Collector as a service to the taxpayers of Johnson County.  We will use reasonable efforts to include accurate and up-to-date information, but make no warranties or representations as to its accuracy or completeness.  Johnson County shall not be liable for damages of any kind arising out of your access or inability to access this website or your reliance on the information contained within the website.