2023 Personal and Real Estate taxes are now payable. The Saline County tax books are open and personal and real estate taxes can be paid. Please keep in mind that we do not accept personal checks on delinquent accounts.

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March 12, 2024 - On-site at HSV March 12

On-site at HSV

Payable 03/12/202403/12/2024

March 12, 2024 Occurs in
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March 29, 2024 - Good Friday March 29

Good Friday

Payable 03/29/202403/29/2024

March 29, 2024 Occurs in
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Where does the money go? Where does the money go?

  • Schools
  • Libraries
  • County Roads
  • Jails / Sheriffs Dept
  • Emergency Management
  • Courts
  • And More...

Select your school district and municipality/county location to see how your tax dollars are spent by percentage:

Pay Your Taxes Online

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Discover
  • American Express
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NOTE: The Collector's Office does not charge a fee to use our online services. However, a portal processing fee is charged by the company providing us with the electronic means to pay your taxes.

Pay In Person

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Cash
  • Personal check
  • Bank check
  • Cashier's check
  • Money order
  • Debit card
  • Major credit cards

Regular hours of operation 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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Pay By Mail

Accepted Forms of Payment:
  • Personal check
  • Bank check
  • Cashier's check

Envelope must be postmarked on or before October 15 to avoid delinquency.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do my taxes fund Saline County schools?

Property taxes, that you pay annually, fund our county schools for our children's education.

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What is a homestead credit?

Contact the Homestead Credit Department at 501.303.5625.

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What happens if my business personal taxes are delinquent?

At any time after October 15, the county collector shall distrain sufficient goods and chattels belonging to a person who owes taxes upon the person’s personal property, to pay the taxes due upon the personal property and a penalty of twenty-five percent

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