Saline County Tax Collector's Office working split shift The health and safety of our employees is still of utmost importance to us during this COVID pandemic. Our offices will be working in split shifts until further notice, in order to maintain proper social distancing for our employees as suggested by CDC guidelines. Please keep in mind that our office will only allow two taxpayers in office at a time to help limit possibility of exposure.

FAQs: Change My Address

There is a change of address and e-mail Form at the bottom of the Home Page.

It is the taxpayer's responsibility to notify the tax collector of a change of address. If you do not receive a tax statement, the taxes and penalties still apply.

A personal property tax bill is created from anything that was assessed between January 1 and May 31 of the last calendar year; and billed the next calendar year. If a couple was married and assessed together, but divorced during the year, they are still responsible for the combined tax bill.  If you move to another Arkansas County, or to another State, the personal property tax bill will never just go away.  An attempt will be made to find the taxpayer, but if collection cannot be made, a CERTIFICATE OF INDEBTEDNESS WILL BE FILED IN THE NAME(S) OF THE DELINQUENT TAXPAYER(S) FOR TAX EVASION IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AT THE CIRCUIT CLERK'S OFFICE.  IT WILL BE SHARED WITH THE NATIONAL CREDIT AGENCIES.

A real estate tax bill is created from the owner of the record on January 1. If a property was sold during the year, closing documents will explain the responsibility of the buyer and the seller concerning the tax bill.

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A TEXT (SMS) message notifying you of the tax due date could prevent you paying a 10% penalty.  Simply fill out the form at the bottom of the home page. "Request TEXT Notifications"

It is the taxpayers responsibility to make sure their personal property and real estate taxes are paid on time. Failure to receive a statement does not excuse you from the taxes or the penalties and interest.

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