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Arkansas Tax Rates
Income Amount:
Filing Status:
Num. of Dependents:
Claim Yourself:
Claim Spouse:
Tax = $0.00

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   Arkansas Individual Income Tax Rates 2013
SINGLE
From To Tax Rate
$0+ $4,099 1.00%
$4,099+ $8,199 2.50%
$8,199+ $12,199 3.50%
$12,199+ $20,399 4.50%
$20,399+ $33,999 6.00%
$33,999+ 7.00%
SINGLE
From To Tax Rate
$0+ $4,099 1.00%
$4,099+ $8,199 2.50%
$8,199+ $12,199 3.50%
$12,199+ $20,399 4.50%
$20,399+ $33,999 6.00%
$33,999+ 7.00%
   Arkansas Standard Deductions and Personal Exemptions
Type of Tax Return Standard Deduction Personal Exemptions per Filer Personal Exemptions per Dependent
Single $2,000 $23 $23
Married $4,000 $23 $23
   Arkansas Sales Tax
Arkansas has a state sales tax of 6.00%, plus any additional local taxes; for instance, Little Rock charges a 1.5% city sales tax.

Effective July 1, 2011, Arkansas state sales tax on unprepared food (groceries) was reduced to 1.5% from 2%. Sales taxes on groceries had previously been reduced to 2% from 3% on July 1, 2009 and to 3% from 6% on July 1, 2007. Local sales taxes on groceries remained unchanged.

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