Benton Office Open until 6:00 PM on 10/12, 10/13, & 10/16 - Closed 10/17 Per §26-36-201 When October 15 falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a holiday observed by the United States Postal Service, the taxes shall become due and payable the following business day that is not a holiday observed by the United States Postal Service. Credit card website and drop box will be open until 11:59 PM on 10/16/2023. All tax payments made or postmarked after October 16, will be charged a penalty. 2022 Taxes payable in 2023 are delinquent after October 16th, 2023.

Tax Statement

How to View the Taxes You Owe

You can read the instructions below or watch this video for a quick tutorial on how to view the taxes you owe here.

To view your Personal Property and/or Real Estate Property that's due, visit this site.

Type in your last name and your first name (you need to use the last and first name that the property was assessed under). This should take you to your tax information. Here you will find your Personal Property  Parcel and/or your Real Estate Property Parcel(s).

The Parcel number will be the first number on the left-hand side of the screen.  Your Personal Property Parcel number will not have hyphens, if you have Real Estate, all the Real Estate Parcel numbers have hyphens and all are made up of 11 numbers.

When you click on your Personal Property Parcel number, that will take you to a more detailed screen with the Total Amount Due.

You can also make a copy of your paid receipt(s) (Proof of Payment), just choose the year you want to print.

If you cannot find your tax records, email us at, or call our office at 501-303-5620 and we would be more than happy to assist you.