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Welcome to the Finney County Appraisal Office
Real Estate Appraisers
An appraisal is a method established by Kansas statute to determine a property owner's share of taxes that support schools, roads, health and human service programs, parks, and police and fire protection. The County Appraiser is responsible for discovering, listing, and uniformly valuing property.
Remember, the Appraiser's Office does not set taxes. The amount you pay depends on the budgets set by your governing bodies - such as the state, county, and school districts.
Personal Property Appraisers
Remember: It is your responsibility to file this information with the County Appraiser's Office. If you own any tangible personal property with the intent to establish and/or operate a business (including home-based business), or if you own any recreational property or vehicles not taxed at the time of registration, or mobile homes not on a permanent foundation, you must file a rendition with the County Appraiser's Office.
According to Kansas Statute:
If you would like to report your personal property please click HERE for online reporting.
Don't forget to report your personal property for the tax year 2023 deadline of March 15th has passed to avoid a higher penalty.
Date Rendition Filed Penalty
March 16 through April 15 5%
April 16 through May 15 10%
May 16 through June 15 15%
June 16 through July 15 20%
July 16 through March 14 of the following year 25%
Failure to File Penalties: [50%] [K.S.A. 79-1422]
CHANGES- Antiques that are title only or have a tag heavier than 12M will now be on the Finney County tax roll and therefore need to be reported.