In some states, the person who performs the duties performed by county treasurers in Indiana is referred to as the tax collector. That title perfectly describes the primary duty of the county treasurer. Not only is the county treasurer responsible for collecting taxes, but in the case of delinquent taxes, the treasurer may order the sale of real property to pay delinquent taxes.
The treasurer also receives distributions of local income and other taxes that are collected by the state. The treasurer is responsible for the collection of some taxes imposed by state law on behalf of the state and also has custodial and investment responsibility for all taxes and other revenues collected by county government. Together with the auditor, the treasurer insures the proper distribution of funds.
Generally see IC 36-2-10 for duties of the County Treasurer
Personal Property taxes that were due in the prior year will be certified to the court. A certified demand for payment of the delinquent taxes and penalties is mailed mid to late July.
Taxpayers then have thirty (30) days to make payment after which time the treasurer files a judgment in the court. Daily interest begins accumulating when the judgment is filed in the court.
You will only be able to pay your current tax bill with your credit card. Your tax payment, once you have paid it with your credit card, will be posted to the La Porte County tax system within 3 business days.
Any payment made by a taxpayer via the County’s web payment portal is NON-REFUNDABLE, in whole or in part, once the payment has been submitted, confirmed and accepted by the County. If the submission is rejected by the County, refunds will be processed accordingly. Any processing fees associated with the transaction are NON-REFUNDABLE.