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This electronic Real Estate, Personal Property Tax payment service is being offered to the tax payers of Jackson County as an additional method of tax payment. Electronic tax payments completed by 11:59 PM will be posted to that day's business.
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If there are errors on your electronic Tax Statements or you do not own property for which you are billed, please contact your Jackson County Tax Collector's office at 1-870-523-7413. Additions, deletions or corrections to Personal Property are made with the Jackson County Assessor's office and cannot be modified electronically.

The County Collector is the collector of taxes for the county, which includes the collection of municipal, county, school and improvement district taxes. Once these taxes are collected, the collector is responsible for submitting them to the county treasurer.

The Collector's office is also responsible for collecting ad valorem property taxes for all assessments of real estate and personal property within the county. Taxes are collected the following year after assessments are completed. Tax books open March 1 each year. Current taxes can be paid any time between March 1 and October 15 without a penalty.

After October 15 of each year a 10 percent (10%) penalty is added to your personal property and real estate taxes. In addition to the 10% penalty, interest on real estate taxes is added each month until taxes are paid.
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Our office accepts partial payments of current taxes owed. All partial payments will be applied to the total amount of tax due. If any portion of the total tax bill is not paid by October 15, the total amount of tax due becomes delinquent. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express credit cards are accepted methods or electronic payment transactions.
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The Tax Dollar Breakdown consists of your general taxes for the current year only. It does not include any Special Improvement Taxes or Assessor Penalties, which may have been added due to late assessment. Deadline to assess is May 31 of every year.


Schools ? 80%
City Government ? 10%
County Government ? 8%
County & City Roads ? 2%
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Kelly Walker
Jackson County Tax Collector
208 Main St.
Newport, AR 72112
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
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Kelly Walker, Jackson County Tax Collector

E-Mail: kellyw@jacksoncountyar.us
Phone: 870-523-7413
Fax: 870-523-8754
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