Arkansas Sales Tax Changes Effective April and July
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Apr 12, 2012 | Susan McLain
The following Arkansas townships and counties will be changing or enacting sales and use tax rates applicable starting July 1, 2012:
- Batesville, Independence County up from 1% to 2%.
- Blytheville, Mississippi County, up from 1.25% to 2.25%.
- Crossett, Ashley County down from 2.75% to 1.25%.
- Lincoln, Washington County, up from 1% to 2%.
- Pike County decreased to 2%.
- Plumerville, Conway county up from 1% to 2%.
- Salesville, Baxter County new sales and use tax of 1%.
Changes in other Arkansas cities and counties that were effective April 1, 2012 include:
- Caraway, Craighead County enacted a 1% sales and use tax.
- Clarksville, Johnson County increased to 2%.
- Manila, Mississippi County increased to 1.75%.
- Maynard, Randolph County enacted a 1.5% sales and use tax.
- Search, White County increased to 1.5%.
- Widener, St. Francis County enacted a 1.75% sales and use tax.
- Garland County increased to 1.125%.
- Greene County increased to 1.75%.