What does the county appraiser do?
By law, the county appraiser is responsible for listing and valuing property in a uniform and equal manner. The appraiser determines the appropriate value of your property. The amount of taxes you pay depends on the budgets set by local government, special assessments, and an amount collected by the state and redistributed to public schools.

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1. Why is property taxed in Kansas?
2. What does the county appraiser do?
3. How does the county's appraisal affect my taxes?