Marshall County property tax statements should be arriving in the mail in the next few days. Marshall County Treasurer Kelly Einspahr reminds residents that the Spring due date is May 10, and Fall due date will be November 13.  Both spring and fall coupons will be included in the tax bill taxpayers receive in the spring.

The State of Indiana has mandated that each county use a uniform tax statement. The updated property tax statement format has caused concerns among Marshall County Residents. Anyone who has a lender-paid tax bill will see a watermark on the front page of their statement that reads “In Escrow.” If this is written on the tax coupon, the resident is urged to contact their lender to ensure that their tax liability will be paid.

Taxpayers who are within the Kankakee River and Yellow River Watershed will see an assessment on their tax statements. In July 2019, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb signed this new tax into law with the first collection beginning with May 2021 tax statements. Since the tax is required by the State, any questions concerning this assessment may be directed to the Kankakee River Basin and Yellow River Basin Development Commission at

The Marshall County Building is open to the public and we are accepting payments in our office Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended hours for the spring collection are available Saturday, May 6, 9:00 a.m. to Noon, Tuesday, May 9, and Wednesday, May 10 until 6:00 pm, if you wish to pay in person. Payments are also accepted through the regular United States Post Office via check, money order, or cashier’s check.  Credit or debit cards may be used online at by clicking on Property Taxes (convenience fees may apply).  Whichever source of payment you choose, please include tax billing coupon(s) to verify parcel payment.  

For the public’s convenience, the Marshall County Treasurer’s Office has installed drop boxes at both the north and south entrances of the Marshall County Building. These boxes are located between the doors, in the vestibule. The locked boxes will be checked multiple times daily. Additionally, there is an existing drop box on the outside of the south side of the building, near the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

Beginning April 24, 2023, the following locations will be collection points for tax payments: All TCU locations, First Merchants Bank in Bourbon, First Farmers Bank and Trust in Culver, and the Town of Bremen Clerk-Treasurer’s Office.  These are drop-off locations only so you will need to have your tax coupon to pay at one of these locations.  Should you want a receipt of payment you must provide a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Residents are welcome to call us at 574-935-8520 with any questions or concerns.