Rushville Republican

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May 8, 2013

Property taxes due May 10

RUSHVILLE — The deadline to pay spring property taxes in Rush County is Friday, May 10.

If you  have any questions or problems with your bill prior to the deadline, call the Treasurer’s Office at 932-2386 or e-mail the office at treasurer@rushcounty.in.gov.

There are several options to pay Rush County taxes.

The Treasurer’s office will accept cash, checks and money orders. Credit and debit card payment can only be accepted online at www.Rushcountytax.net or by calling 1-800-809-5849. Access your tax bill information simply by entering your name. There is no fee for tax information online but there is a fee of 2.95 percent of your bill for tax payments with a $3 minimum for online payments and a $5 minimum for telephone payments.

MainSource Bank branches at Foster Heights and downtown will accept tax payments until closing time Friday, May 10. The Knightstown branch will no longer accept payments. Only full payments as stated on the bill may be accepted at the bank and your cancelled check will serve as your receipt.

Both spring (coupon A) and fall (coupon B) are mailed together.

The “A” coupon is due May 10 but you may pay both spring and fall for the spring deadline. If you do not wish to pay the fall coupon at this time, retain the “B” coupon which will be due Nov. 12, 2013. The “C” coupon is the customer receipt and if mailing the payment it should be kept for your records.

If you are paying in the Treasurer’s office, they will validate the “C” when you present it with the spring and fall coupons.

Mailed payments must be postmarked by May 10.

Statements may be mailed to PO Box 291, Rushville or to the courthouse at 101 E. Second Street, Room 213, Rushville.

The Treasurer’s office can be reached at 765-932-2386 or treasurer@rushcounty.in.gov.

The courthouse is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

- Rushville Republican

 

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