Wabash County Government, Indiana
1 W Hill St Ste 104
Wabash, IN 46992
(260) 563-0661 ext: 1259
Office hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
Email: treasurer@wabashcounty.in.gov
Website: treasurer.wabashcounty85.us
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Do not pay escrowed tax bills
Beginning October 26, 2019....

PLEASE do not pay any tax bill marked "IN EXCROW" across them unless you have paid off your mortgage! If you are unsure, contact your lender.

Tax payments may now be paid with credit cards. You have 3 options:
Payment with an E-check is $1.00 online per transaction.
Payment by VISA debit card has a $3.95 per transaction fee.
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards have a 2.65% per transaction fee. (Min $3.95)
MasterCard and Discover debit cards have a 2.65% per transaction fee. (Min. $3.95)


GO TO THE RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THIS PAGE AND CLICK ON THE GREEN BUTTON THAT SAYS "PROPERTY TAX BILL PAY" TO TAKE YOU TO THE BEACON SCHNEIDER PAGE. Enter your name or parcel number(s) to pull up your information. Once you do that at the bottom of your information page click the blue button.

The 2022 pay 2023 tax statements will be mailed early April.

If you have not received your statement or statements by April 13th, please contact our office.
The telephone number is (260) 563-0661, ext. 1259.

The spring taxes will be due on May 10, 2023.

The fall taxes will be due on November 13, 2023.

When available you may access your amounts due by clicking on "tax information". Enter your name and click on "search". Click on the reference number beside your name and your information should come up.

You may pay your taxes at the following local banks:

Bippus State Bank in North Manchester
Crossroads Bank in Wabash & North Manchester
First Farmers Bank in Wabash

First Merchants Bank in Wabash
Flagstar Bank in Wabash

If you would like to pay in person in the Wabash County Treasurer's Office we are open Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We are located in the old Courthouse building on the main floor.

You may pay by mail without penalties as long as your envelope is postmarked on or before May 11th for the Spring statement and on November 10th for the fall statement.
I would suggest if you mail your payment on the due date that you ask the post office to hand stamp the date. In the past we have had payments that were put in the mail box on the due date but did not get postmarked until the next day. Those taxpayers had to pay a penalty for late payment. The address for mailing payment is: Wabash County Treasurer 1 W. Hill Street, Suite 104 Wabash, IN 46992

If you would like to receive a receipt when paying your taxes by mail please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and we will send you a paid receipt.

Also for your convenience there is a drop box located outside the judicial building off of the Court house parking lot.

Your tax statement will have the same look this year as last year. The customer's receipt will be located on the left hand side of the statement.