Tax Payment Methods

Pay in Person

Payments in person at both Collection Department Offices

In addition to accepting cash, personal check, cashier's check, bank draft and money orders (made payable to: Jackson County Collector); we also accept debit and credit card payments at both Collection Department Offices.  We can accept Visa and MasterCard debit cards, as well as Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards at the cashier windows.  There are transaction fees charged and retained by the payment processing company to use the company's services. Jackson County does not receive any of these transaction fees.

Debit Card Transaction Fees:         

Credit Card Transaction Fees:       

$0 - $66.00


$0 - $50.00 


$66.01 +   


$50.01 - $75.00 



$75.01 - $100.00


    $100.01 + 

Pay Online

You may also pay online at with an E-check, Debit or Credit card.

E-check payments will require the bank routing number and your bank account number from the bottom of your check. There is a transaction fee of $1.25 for using this payment option. 

Visa or MasterCard Debit or Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Credit card payments will require the 3 digit security code located on the back side of your card. There is a transaction fee of 2.75% of the total tax bill that is charged to each debit/credit card transaction processed online.

There will also be a $2.00 per transaction convenience fee in addition to the transaction fees listed above. All of these fees are third-party merchant fees and are not kept by Jackson County.

Visit our Property Search to print your Official Paid Tax Receipt from our online program.

Contact Jackson County Collection department at 816-881-3232 or if you have questions about your property tax account.  Contact PayIt Customer Support at 816-343-8095 or if you have questions about the PayIt application or payment process.

Mailed Payments

Personal checks, cashier's checks, bank draft and money orders made payable to: Jackson County Collector are accepted by mail. Please do not send cash through the mail. One check may be written for multiple bills of personal property and real estate, if the total of the bills are added correctly and account numbers are indicated. Mailed payments must be postmarked no later than December 31. 

Payments postmarked after that date will be assessed interest, penalties and fees.