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Monday, August 29, 2016 02:48PM  -  Regular office hours, 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon - Fri

5 convenient ways
to pay your taxes.

1) Hover above the Pay Taxes button, then click "Online" button, 2)inquire about monthly payments, 3)in person at Benton or Bryant office, 4)after hours drop box at Benton office, 5) click "Tax Statements by email" on home page at right.

2014 property taxes
are now delinquent.

A.C.A. §26-37-107 requires that a delinquent taxpayer list must be published to a legal newspaper of the county before December 1. The deadline to avoid delinquent publication is November 13.
Respectfully,
Joy Ballard

Collector's office will send delinquent reminder.

During the week of October 18, an email and postal reminder will be sent to all delinquent accounts, informing of the upcoming publication of the delinquent taxpayer list.
Respectfully,
Joy Ballard

Saline County's first
online tax account database

You may now search the entire tax collector's database for the payment status on all 91,000+ parcels.  Search by parcel ID, PPAN# or owner name.

CLICK HERE for more information.

Do you qualify for VA
real estate tax exemption?

America is grateful for your service. All disabled Veterans should contact your state or local office for Veterans' affairs. Contact state offices HERE. Contact federal offices HERE. For local information call the Collector's office at 501-303-5620 and ask for the VA coordinator.

Important Tax Information


Change of address?

It is your responsibility to notify the collector of a change of address. CLICK HERE

VA Tax Exemption

Do you qualify for VA tax exemption? Get the details.

Office Locations

For in-person service, visit either of our 2 office locations.

School Funding

Property taxes fund quality schools for our children.

Homestead Credit

You may quality for a $350 credit on your primary residence.

Office Staff

The employees of the collector's office are here to help you.

Links

Tax statements by email?

Change your address?



Important Tax Dates

March 1 - October 15: Real and personal taxes are due and payable.
(A.C.A. §26-36-201)
March 1 - July 1: Collector's office must mail or email tax bills in this time period.
(A.C.A. §26-35-705)
October 15: All taxes unpaid after October 15 shall be considered as delinquent.
(A.C.A. §26-36-201)
October 16: It is the duty of the county collector to extend a penalty of ten percent (10%) against all delinquent taxpayers that have not paid their taxes within the time limit specified, and the county collector shall collect this penalty.
(A.C.A. §26-36-201)
December 1: Deadline for publication of delinquent taxpayer list to a legal newspaper of the county.
(A.C.A. §26-37-107)