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Payments:

The Treasures Office is pleased to announce an additional On-Line Bill Payment option utilizing an electronic check system that will transfer funds directly from your checking account . For more information click the Pay Now button below.



Please include your payment stub located at the bottom of the bill. These stubs ensure your check will be posted to the correct account. Make your check payable to: Bingham County Tax Collector, 501 N. Maple #210, Blackfoot, ID 83221.

Payments may also be made at the Treasurer's Office on the first floor of the courthouse, room 102.  A drop box is located at the entrance to the east parking lot at the courthouse for after-hours or weekend payments.


Credit Card Payments:

Bingham County is now accepting payment with credit card through

Click Here To Make Payment

for Taxes

Official Payment Corp. takes the following credit cards:

      

or you can pay by phone by calling

1-800-2PAY-TAX (1-800-272-9829) Jurisdiction Code 2224

A nominal fee is charged for this service (minimum of 1.00, or 2.5% of the amount of payment). Please see the website for the convenience fee schedule. Credit cards are also accepted at our office. You will need your tax amount and bill number when paying through the internet or by phone, Official Payments will not have access to this information.

Late Charge and Interest:

Please remember if payments are postmarked after the deadline, a late charge and interest will be applied. Late charge is 2% of the unpaid balance and is applied on December 21st for the first half taxes. Interest is 1% per month beginning January 1. Late charge for second half tax is applied on June 21st and interest is 1% per month beginning January 1.

Failure to receive a tax bill does not excuse the taxpayer from paying the taxes, late charges and interest accrued, if any. Be sure to notify our office immediately whenever your address changes or if you do not receive a tax bill.

When mailing your tax payment, be sure the envelope is U.S. postmark on or before the due date.

If you will be traveling or out of the country at the time taxes are due, contact our office for an "estimated tax amount" so that you can prepay or make other arrangements to pay by the due date.

Proof of payment of property taxes is the responsibility of the taxpayer [I.C. 63-1306(2)]. Be sure to keep accurate records, receipts and cancelled checks documenting your payments.

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