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Michelle Allen, the Collector for Clark County, would like to suggest a couple of things for this tax year.
First, when you receive your envelope from us please open and inspect your statement(s) individually at your earliest possible convenience. If you think you should have received a tax bill but did not, please contact us.
On the personal property tax statement, all vehicles that you owned on January 1st, 2020 should be listed on your statement. If there is a discrepancy in the list, please contact us at your earliest convenience so we may get a new statement to you. Also, please make sure that the rest of the personal property statement is accurate.
On the real estate tax statement, please check the information in the top-center of the page to ensure that the property described is your property. If you receive a bill for real estate that you sold during the year, or did not receive a bill for property you purchased during the year, please get ahold of us as quickly as possible. Getting the correct information reported to us will ensure the smoothest-possible revision and payment. Having the fewest discrepancies as possible will make the tax process easier for everyone.
We would like to ask the taxpayers that participated in the real estate installment program for 2020 to look at the “Advance Pay” credit given on the real estate bill(s). Please make sure that the credit shown agrees with the total you paid towards your installments.
Because of the ongoing pandemic, we are enacting a few safeguards this year. There are sanitizer stations in the hallway here in the courthouse, and we have added Plexiglas on our counter in our office. Masks are recommended but not required. We are mandating that a maximum of three (3) people be in the Collector’s Office at one time. If you arrive and see that there are already 3 people in our office, please wait in the hall and wait for someone to leave. You may wish to leave your payment in the drop box located on the front of the building. All of this is an effort to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Please contact us at 660-727-3787, or come into the Collector’s office in the courthouse, Suite 140 in Kahoka with any questions or comments. We want to make the taxpaying process as hassle-free as possible for Clark County residents.