More than 42,000 statements for 2014 go out Monday

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
James McAdoo, a courier with Springfield-based Ozark Mailing Service LLC, picks up 59 trays of tax statements Friday at the Barry County Courthouse. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Taxes total about $21.4 million in 2014, up more than $342,000 from 2013

On Monday, the Barry County Collector of Revenue's Office -- via Springfield-based Ozark Mailing Service LLC -- will send 42,093 tax statements to Barry County taxpayers for 2014, a decrease of 17 statements over 2013, said County Collector Janice Varner.

People who do not receive their statement by Nov. 15 can call the collector's office at 417-847-2113.

"We try to take care of our taxpayers," Varner said.

The 2014 taxes become delinquent on Jan. 1, 2015. Payment can be made in person at the collector's office with cash, check, debit card or credit card. When paying with a debit or credit card, the provider of this service charges a fee. Taxpayers can also pay online at barrycountycollector.com. A fee will be applied when paying online.

In 2014, the total taxes charged to the collector was $21,466,907.19, an increase of $342,108.05 over 2013, according to documents from the collector's office. The collector received $15,478,919.11 from real estate, $5,166,669.06 from personal property and $821,319.02 from railroad and utilities.

On Friday morning, the Ozark Mailing Service picked up 59 trays, each packed tight with statements, Varner said.

James McAdoo, a courier with Springfield-based Ozark Mailing Service LLC, picks up 59 trays of tax statements Friday at the Barry County Courthouse. Jason Johnston reporter@cassville-democrat.com

The collector's office mailed 25,993 real estate statements and 16,100 personal property statements.

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