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Whether it be the Indiana Department of Revenue, the County Sheriff, or a privately contracted collection agency that is attempting to collect delinquent Indiana taxes, the power to levy on a taxpayer’s bank accounts, salary, wages, or other property is available.  In general, the County Sheriff shall only have one hundred twenty (120) days, from the date that the judgment is entered, to try to collect.  

Indiana law exempting certain property from levy, by non-tax creditors, does not apply to the levy and sale of property for judgments arising from tax warrants.

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