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On or before June 1 and December 1 of each year (or more frequently if the county legislative body adopts an ordinance requiring additional certifications) the disbursing officer of each county, township, city, town, school corporation, other subdivision of local government, state, and each state educational institution shall certify to the treasurer of their respective counties, the names and addresses of all persons who have money due them for salaries, wages or for any other reason from such subdivision of government. Upon the receipt of such names and addresses, the treasurer shall search the records to ascertain if any person so certified is delinquent in the payment of property taxes. [IC 6-1.1-22-14]
On or before June 20 annually, the treasurer shall settle with the county auditor the amount of the taxes which has been collected. [IC 6-1.1-27-1] The treasurer shall certify to the county auditor on County Form 49TC (Revised 1984) prescribed by the State Board of Accounts as to the correctness of credits for cash collected in each taxing district appearing on the tax duplicate and such other collections as are now or may hereafter be provided by law. The treasurer must also deliver excise tax reconciliation.
On or before December 20, annually, the treasurer shall make settlement with the county auditor. Such settlement shall be for all taxes collected during the current year, the treasurer receiving credit therein for the amount of taxes which were settled in May. The treasurer shall also prepare and file with the county auditor the Treasurer's Certificate of Collections, Form 49TC. The treasurer must also deliver excise tax reconciliation.