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by Eleanor Wheeler - May 3, 2021
Have you assessed your personal property this year? Arkansans are required to report
their personal property every year to the county assessor by May 31. Doing so after
May 31 means paying a 10% late assessment penalty.
Ready to assess? Find your local county assessor and report your personal property
using this portal with an easy-to-find county assessor map.
Arkansas law defines personal property as “every tangible thing being the subject
of ownership, and not forming a part of any parcel of real property.”
Practically speaking, personal property is everything you own that you can touch and
move, excluding money. Personal property includes:
However, household goods, including household furniture and furnishings, clothing,
appliances, and other personal property used within a home are exempt from the personal
property tax and, therefore, do not have to be reported to the assessor. Another exception:
Mobile homes are treated as personal property when it comes to titles but they are
taxed as real estate and are not required to be assessed every year.
Arkansas businesses, including home-based businesses, are required to pay property
taxes on their personal property, including office furnishings, machinery, equipment,
vehicles, and inventories.
The assessed value of your personal property is used to calculate your personal property
tax liability. Your personal property tax owed is determined by the millage rates in your taxing district and the assessed value of your personal property. A change
in your personal property assessment is likely to change the amount of personal property
In Arkansas, personal property is assessed at 20% of market value. If you own equipment
with a market value of $100,000, you only pay property taxes on $20,000.
Want to know more about personal property assessments in Arkansas? See our publication
“Administration of Arkansas’ Property Tax”. Additional property tax resources can also be found on our Property Tax website.
 A.C.A. § 26-1-101
 Millage is levied by local taxing units (school districts, counties, cities and special
districts). Your millage is the amount of taxes that you must pay per $1,000 of assessed
property value. For example, if your total millage from all taxing districts is 50
mills, you would be required to pay $50 of property tax for every $1,000 of assessed