Why haven’t I received my tax bill?

Individual property tax bills are calculated by the County Auditor and mailed by the County Treasurer.

The Department of Local Government Finance issues a budget order for each of Indiana’s 92 counties. The budget order is a critical document in calculating tax bills – a county-level function. The order contains the state's certification of the approved budget, the estimated assessed value, the tax rate and the levy for each fund of each taxing unit in a county. The order also gives the total tax rate and property tax replacement credit (PTRC) rate, homestead credit rate and the local homestead credit rate for each taxing district. 

For information about when you will receive your property tax bill or for questions related to your bill, please contact the County Treasurer or your County Auditor. 

To view past property tax billing information, please see Department of Local Government Finance

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1. How much property tax do I owe?
2. How do I file for the homestead credit or another deduction?
3. Where can I find out how much homes have sold for in my area?
4. Where can I locate a form?
5. How are property taxes determined and calculated?
6. What are property tax deductions and how do I know if I qualify for one?
7. Why haven’t I received my tax bill?
8. What can I do if I missed the deadline to file for my tax deduction?