The Deadline to Assess
January 1 thur May 31 of each year to avoid a 10% late penalty.
Homeowner Principle Place of Residence
Receive up to $350 off of your Tax statement by applying for the Homestead Exemption.
Over 65 or Disabled?
Apply to have your value frozen on your principle of residence, you will have to bring proof of documents stating so.
The following is a list required by Law to purchase Vehicle License in the State of Arkansas
Assessment Sheet from the Assessor
Tax Receipt from the Collector
Current Mileage of the vehicle to be licensed
Proof of Liability Insurance
Renewal Notice from State Revenue Office
Assessment Coornidation Department
Online Real Estate Records
International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO)
Commissioner of State Lands
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I calculate my tax bill?
The market value of all of your taxable property (as established by the county assessor) is multiplied by 20 % (the assessment level applied in Arkansas). Multiply this assessed value times the millage rate established for your jurisdiction.
How are millage rates established?
School millage is set by election each September. The governing bodies establish county general, county road and city general millage in November. Other millage such as library and firemen's pension millage are established by election, levied in November of each year and will carry forward as long as the purpose exists.
Why did my property tax increase this year?
One of two things can lead to a tax increase; your property value increased or the millage rate levied in your jurisdiction was increased.
What are the requirements for a taxpayer to receive a $350.00 homestead tax credit on his/her property taxes?
The property has to be the principal place of residence for the tax payer. He must be either an owner, purchaser under a recorded contract to purchase, holder of a recorded life estate, or a person that has formed a revocable trust that owns the property. Residing in a nursing home does not disqualify a person from the benefits of this provision.
What gives the assessor the authority to come on to someone's property?
Arkansas law makes it the assessor's responsibility to physically inspect property to determine what that is there gives it value. A. C. A. 26-26-910(b) (1)
When is the deadline for assessing personal property?
The deadline for assessing all types of personal property is May 31. Assessments filed after this date will include a 10% penalty.