Your County Collector, Maggie Stoddard

Welcome to the Henry County Collector homepage. We, at the Henry County Collector's office, strive to provide the best service to the taxpayers of Henry County. In saying such, we hope that this site assists you with the necessary information for us to provide the services. As your Henry County Collector, Maggie Stoddard, I would personally like to welcome you to this website.

The County Collector is a countywide elected office with a four-year term. Your Henry County Collector is Maggie Stoddard. Mrs. Stoddard was elected the County Collector in 2008 elections.

The primary function of the County Collector is the collection of personal and real estate taxes for the various taxing entities of the county. The collector also collects merchant license fees and utility and railroad taxes. The collector is charged with the duties of collecting the taxes due, as shown on the Assessor's records, and then distributing the funds to the various taxing entities.

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Responsibilities

  • The primary function of the County Collector is the collection of personal and real estate taxes for the various taxing entities of the county.
  • Prepares separate tax statements for: Personal Property (cars, trucks, boats, etc.); Real Estate (residential, commercial, agricultural); Utilities(railroad, electric, gas lines, etc.).
  • Provides Merchant Licenses to appropriate businesses or persons.
  • Conducts delinquent tax sale in August.
  • Collector is charged with the duties of collecting the taxes due, as shown on the Assessor's records, and then distributes the funds monthly to the various taxing entities.

Office Information

    Henry County tax statements should be received by Thanksgiving. Please inspect your statements and verify the information is correct. If you have not received your statements by Thanksgiving, contact our office. All tax statements are due upon receipt and become delinquent after December 31st. To avoid late fees, be sure that your payment is postmarked no later than December 31st. Payments postmarked after December 31st will be returned unprocessed unless late fees are included. All statements may be paid with one check. We cannot accept incorrect or partial payments. Payment may be made in the office with cash, personal check or money order. Assessment forms for Personal Property tax are mailed by the assessor's office in January and due by March 1. Tax Bills are based on those forms.

Contact Us

Maggie Stoddard: 660-885-7207
Cheri Edwards: 660-885-7257
Carmen Duren: 660-885-7208
http://www.henrycountycollector.com

Office Hours

Henry County Collector's office hours are Monday thru Friday,
8:30am - 4:30pm
Our Office is open during the noon hour.
The Henry County Collector's office observes state holidays.

Location & Mailing Address

Henry County Collector
100 W. Franklin
Clinton, MO 64735

Henry County Assessors Office

For Questions about Real Estate or Personal taxes call the Henry County Assessor at 660-885-7212.
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