Located in the Ripley County Annex Building
102 West First North Street
Amy Copeland, Auditor
Property Tax, Exemptions, & Deeds
Payroll & New Employees
Claims, Receipts, & Budgets
All property taxes must be paid up to date before a property can be transferred
For more information contact the Ripley County Auditor's Office
or visit DLGF: Property Tax Deductions
Other services available in our office:
Veterans BMV forms
Commissioner and Council Records
County Resolutions and Ordinances
Subdivision survey $10 Plat books $25
Maximum 137B charges are:
$275- Attorney's fees and cost of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5
$175- Costs of Title Search or of examining and updating the abstract of title for the Real Property
A receipt of these charges must be attached to the 137B
A 137B can not be filed with the Auditor's Office until 30 days after the tax sale which was 10-31-14.
Tax Sale Redemption amounts can be given by calling our office.
As of 5-12-15 the Auditor’s Office will no longer be calculating tax amounts for split parcels. If you need this figured you may use the following website for the DLGF Tax Bill Calculator.
Please remember that these figures are an estimate only and should not be taken as a statement of true tax liability.
To figure your bill you will need the property values which can be obtained from the Assessor’s office. You will also need to know the deductions that will be or are on the tax bill for the current tax year.
Any bill that is figured that currently has a homestead will be a little off because Ripley County has a CEDIT Homestead rate which lowers the tax liability of homestead property owners. An estimate of this amount can be calculated by taking the amount of Net Annual Tax Bill Estimated times the CEDIT Homestead Rate. The 2014 payable 2015 CEDIT Homestead Rate is 12.5389.
Please remember the calculations you figure need to come back to the amount that the parent parcel was billed for.
This can also be used to estimate the amount on a building or acreage that you would like to know the tax amount on. You will just need the same information as above.
Gateway An Open Door into Local Government Finance
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When on this page enter the county and search this will bring up all the units in your county. This shows budget information for each unit if you click on a specific unit it will bring up where you can look at their information they have entered into Gateway.