Arkansas Real Estate Property Tax Calculator
Arkansas property taxes are due October 15, 2017
The Arkansas Real Estate Property Tax Calculator is a free tool for estimating your current property tax liability or the tax liability you would face if you buy a new home.
Continue reading below to find out more about the calculator and system requirements or to read responses to our most frequently asked questions.
The Arkansas Real Estate Property tax calculator provides only an estimate of your real estate property taxes payable in 2017. The calculator cannot be used to estimate agricultural, mineral, utility or forest property tax liability.
Contact your county assessor's office to receive an invoice for you 2017 property tax liability. Arkansas property taxes are due October 15th.
To download the property tax calculator, click the red download button and follow the prompts on your screen.
- Windows Operating System
- Microsoft Excel 2013 or newer
Frequently Asked Questions
- 1. Does the property tax calculator collect or record any of my personal information?
No. The Arkansas Property Tax Calculator does not collect or record any of your personal information.
- 2. My computer does not meet the system requirements for the calculator. Can I still
receive an estimate of my property tax liability?
Yes. If you would like an estimate of your property tax liability and are unable to download or use the property tax calculator, please contact Tyler Knapp.
- 3. I would like to share the property tax calculator with a family member or friend.
Is it okay for me to send it to them?
The best way to share the property tax calculator is to refer your friend or family to this webpage, www.uaex.edu/taxcalculator.
This will help to ensure that you do not accidently share any of your private information and that the version of the calculator that they use always contains the most current and accurate information.
- 4. How do I contact my county assessor?
The Association of Arkansas Counties maintains a database of important contacts for every county in the state. To find your assessor's contact information, visit www.arcounties.org/counties and select your county.
- 5. Can I use the 2017 version of the calculator to estimate my 2018 property tax liability?
No. Millage (tax) rates change every year. Using the 2017 Arkansas property tax calculator to estimate your 2018 tax liability will not generate an accurate estimate.