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No. It is completely optional, but if you wish to pay all or any portion of the voluntary tax, please make the notation on your tax bill.
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Yes. State law requires personal property to be paid before or at the same time as real estate.
Checks should be made payable to Rebecca Dodd Talbert, Tax Collector.
Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Taxes are calculated by multiplying the “taxable value” times the millage rate of the school district you live in.
Taxes are due March 1st payable by October 15th. If the 15th falls on Saturday or Sunday, they are due the next business day.
Yes. The law allows us to accept partial payments on current taxes of any amount at any time from the time you receive your bill and October 15th. Partial payments are not accepted on delinquent taxes.
Visit the Garland County Tax Search website to get a copy of your receipt.
You must change your address in the Tax Collector’s office by calling 501-622-3710 and in the Assessor’s office by calling 501-622-3730.