Intangible taxes are a tax on interest and dividends that are filed with your Kansas Income Tax, Form 200. The information is forwarded to the county for taxing purposes. Riley County has a .75% rate, while cities and townships can have an additional rate of up to 2.25%. Some cities and townships do not tax intangibles, while some have the maximum rate.
Taxpayers have the option of paying intangible taxes in two halves. The first half is due by December 20th and the second half is due by May 10th. If the first half intangible taxes are not paid by December 20th the the taxes become due in full.
Taxes must be received in our office or postmarked by December 20th and May 10th to avoid interest. NO SECOND HALF NOTICES ARE SENT. You may sign up in our Notify Me Section to receive an email reminder of when taxes are due.
Any taxpayer with delinquent intangible taxes will not be able to tag, title or renew any motor vehicles.
Forms of payment accepted are cash, check, or credit card. If paying by credit card there is a convenience fee associated with the payment based on the amount being charged. You may also pay taxes online using one of two credit card services: Access Kansas and Official Payments. See our Online Resources section for limitations.
Taxes may also be paid over the phone by calling 1-800-272-9829. At the prompt enter the jurisdiction code for Riley County which is 2613.