Frequently Asked Questions
Kansas.gov is acting as an agent of your county. Kansas.gov will collect payment and demographic information for the taxes before passing that along to the county.
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According to Kansas law, all property tax records are open public information. The intent of this online tax payment system is for tax payments. It is not intended to disclose property tax records. Anyone wanting that information will need to request it in person or writing from his or her local county treasurer's office.
Yes, some counties accept delinquent payments online and the option to select this service is on the search for your property page. If your county does not have this feature enabled please contact your county treasurer's office and let them know you request this service.
Your balance may not reflect any recent payments that may have been made offline or through any other financial institution. Contact your local county treasurer's office if you have any further questions about your balance or payment information.
There are some cases where individuals are not eligible to use the online tax payment process at this time. Review the following exceptions before proceeding:
- Not all counties offer online tax payments.
- Accounts with a prior tax year delinquency are ineligible.
- Accounts that are in dispute or protest are ineligible.
- In the case of international payments, funds must be drawn on a United States bank account.
Contact your county treasurer's office for more information.
Learn about protesting taxes.
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