Arkansas Sales Tax Rate Changes for 2022 Arkansas: Sales Tax Handbook

Arkansas:

2022 Arkansas Sales Tax Changes

Over the past year, there have been 46 local sales tax rate changes in Arkansas. This table lists each changed tax jurisdiction, the amount of the change, and the towns and cities in which the modified tax rates apply. This page will be updated monthly as new sales tax rates are released. For other states, see our list of nationwide sales tax rate changes.


Change Date Tax Jurisdiction Sales Tax Change Cities Affected
March 2022 Clay
Raised from 8% to 10%
Lafe, Saint Francis, Mc Dougal and Biggers
March 2022 Drew
Raised from 8.75% to 9.75%
Montrose
March 2022 Ozan Lowered from 9.5% to 8.5% Ozan
March 2022 Pike
Raised from 8.5% to 10%
Langley
March 2022 Emmet Lowered from 9.5% to 8.5% Emmet
March 2022 Sharp
Raised from 8.25% to 9.25%
Sulphur Rock and Poughkeepsie
March 2022 Union
Raised from 8.5% to 9.5%
Mount Holly and Lawson
March 2022 White
Raised from 8.25% to 9.25%
Romance, Mount Vernon and El Paso
March 2022 Baxter
Raised from 7.75% to 8.75%
Midway, Gamaliel, Clarkridge and Henderson
March 2022 Conway
Raised from 8.25% to 9.125%
Bee Branch, Hattieville, Springfield, Center Ridge, Cleveland, Solgohachia and Jerusalem
March 2022 Fulton Lowered from 9.5% to 8.5% Fulton, Elizabeth, Sturkie, Glencoe, Bexar, Gepp and Camp
March 2022 Greene
Raised from 7.875% to 9.125%
Beech Grove and Walcott
March 2022 London
Raised from 7.5% to 8.5%
London
March 2022 Marion
Raised from 8.25% to 10.25%
Everton, Valley Springs, Oakland, Harriet and Peel
March 2022 Searcy
Raised from 8% to 9.75%
Timbo, Witts Springs, Dennard and Tilly
March 2022 Blevins Lowered from 11% to 10% Blevins
March 2022 Bradley
Raised from 8.5% to 9.75%
Jersey
March 2022 Garland
Raised from 8% to 9.5%
Hot Springs Village and Pearcy
March 2022 Johnson
Raised from 7.5% to 10.75%
Ozone, Hagarville and Oark
March 2022 Lincoln
Raised from 8.5% to 10.75%
Yorktown
March 2022 Madison
Raised from 8.5% to 10.5%
Wesley, Kingston, Pettigrew and Witter
March 2022 Franklin
Raised from 8% to 8.5%
Franklin
March 2022 Ouachita
Raised from 9% to 10.75%
Smackover
March 2022 Phillips
Raised from 8.5% to 10.5%
Poplar Grove, Mellwood, Lambrook, Crumrod, Wabash, Turner, Oneida and Barton
March 2022 Randolph
Raised from 7.75% to 9.25%
Warm Springs
March 2022 Jefferson
Raised from 7.75% to 8.75%
Reydell, Wright, Tucker and Moscow
March 2022 Mccaskill Lowered from 11% to 10% Nashville and Mc Caskill
March 2022 Van Buren
Raised from 8% to 9.25%
Scotland and Choctaw
March 2022 Hot Spring
Raised from 8% to 11%
Traskwood and Poyen
March 2022 Washington
Raised from 7.75% to 9.5%
Summers, Evansville and Morrow
March 2022 Saint Francis
Raised from 9.5% to 11.25%
Goodwin
February 2022 Hope Lowered from 10.5% to 9.5% Hope
February 2022 Cross Lowered from 10.5% to 9.5% Wynne
February 2022 Benton
Raised from 9.375% to 9.5%
Benton and Bauxite
February 2022 Craighead
Raised from 8.5% to 10.5%
Bono, Lake City, Bay and Monette
February 2022 Mississippi Lowered from 10% to 9% Wilson
November 2021 Beebe
Raised from 9.25% to 9.5%
Beebe
November 2021 Cotter
Raised from 8.75% to 9.75%
Cotter
November 2021 Barling Lowered from 9.75% to 9.5% Barling
November 2021 Midland Lowered from 7.75% to 7.5% Midland
November 2021 Hartford Lowered from 9.75% to 9.5% Hartford
November 2021 Pea Ridge
Raised from 8.5% to 9.5%
Pea Ridge
November 2021 Fort Smith Lowered from 9.75% to 9.5% Fort Smith
November 2021 Little Rock Lowered from 9% to 8.625% Little Rock
November 2021 Johnson (City)
Raised from 9.75% to 10.75%
Johnson
November 2021 Sebastian County Lowered from 7.75% to 7.5% Greenwood, Fort Smith, Lavaca, Hackett, Mansfield and Huntington

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