Mobile Home Tax Settlements
A tax settlement is the disbursement of the collected taxes to the appropriate political entities. For example, funds would be disbursed to the local township, the local school system and local library. Mobile home taxes are settled and distributed semiannually.
Tax revenue is distributed among the taxing subdivisions in the same ratio they were collected. The taxes collected on the depreciation table are distributed to political entities on the gross rates. The taxes collected on mobile homes that are taxed like real property are distributed on the effective rates. The Auditor’s Office balances the amount collected to the penny in order to ensure that all entities receive the appropriate funds.
Types of Available Reports
The summary report is a 2 page document that lists the amount each taxing entity will receive.
Statement of Semiannual Apportionment of Taxes
This report is the normal apportionment sheet sent to each taxing entity. The name of the entity is in the top right hand corner. The report lists the total taxes collected including the breakdown between all the levies, the total of all assessments and all fees deducted.
The Statement of Semiannual Apportionment of Taxes is a long report. Please reference the report key to locate the page number for each entity.
Current Mobile Home Settlement Reports
Below is a list of the current mobile home tax settlements completed by the Auditor’s Office. The Auditor’s Office will post all settlement reports and make them accessible on this site for your reference.