Arkansas Tax Rate
While federal tax rates are levied on every taxpayer at the same marginal rates, state income taxes vary. States may have a flat tax rate, a marginal tax rate, or have no state taxes at all.
In fact, state tax is imposed by Arkansas on your income each year. Arkansas state taxes are a percentage of income that you pay to the state government. In fact, the Arkansas tax rates varies from zero to 6.6%.
What is AR Tax Bracket?
The AR tax brackets are available on the State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration website.
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