- Indiana counties send annual statements to homeowners showing how much property tax is due on their property. Add together the 2014 spring and fall installments if you paid both of them. If you received just one installment statement this year for your 2014 property taxes, use the amount paid for that installment.
- Sometimes mortgage companies pay the Indiana property tax from an escrow account. If your mortgage company pays it, they should send you a Form 1098 (or its equivalent), showing the amount of property tax paid.
- If you can't locate the information, contact your local county treasurer's office or your mortgage company.
Use one of the following ways to find out how much property tax you paid: