The Auditor is the County's chief fiscal officer. It is his responsibility to account for the millions of dollars received each year by the County and to issue warrants (checks) in payment of all County obligations, including the distribution of tax dollars to the townships, villages, cities, school districts and library systems as well as other county agencies. The Auditor's General Accounting Department is the watchdog over all county funds and maintains the official records of all receipts, disbursements and fund balances.
It is the Auditor's responsibility to serve as the paymaster for all County employees.
The Auditor also distributes motor vehicle license fees, gasoline taxes, estate taxes, fines and local government funds in addition to real estate, personal property and manufactured home taxes.
The Miami County Auditor annually prepares a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).