In the United States, county tax and revenue collectors, treasurers, and finance officers all serve the same purpose – to conduct state financial management duties at the local (county) level. The primary job of these officials is to collect and distribute local property taxes on behalf of the state to fund vital services such as schools, roads, cities, and parks. State constitutions and statutes outline the duties and responsibilities of this position, which can include other financial management functions such as disbursement of unclaimed funds and the collection and distribution of other state and/or county fees. However, these additional service offerings vary from state to state and even county to county.
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