TEXAS – Dallas Owes $5.2 Million To State In Sales Tax Overpayments

Dallas must return $5.2 million to the state after Texas overpaid the city in sales tax revenues over the course of several years, city officials were told in late September. In a notice sent to the city budget office Sept. Continue reading TEXAS – Dallas Owes $5.2 Million To State In Sales Tax Overpayments

TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases

Texas shoppers who make online purchases from out-of-state retailers are now paying taxes on most of the transactions. Since Oct. 1, Texas has required out-of-state retailers to charge consumers the state’s sales tax. The Lone Star State joined the cadre Continue reading TEXAS – Consumers Now Paying Sales Tax On Most Online Purchases

Texas – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over

Avoiding sales taxes by shopping online is going to get a lot tougher next week. The Texas Legislature fixed a loophole in the last session that dates back to the days when interstate commerce by regular folks was not a Continue reading Texas – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over

TEXAS – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over In Texas And Most States

Avoiding sales taxes by shopping online is going to get a lot tougher next week. The Texas Legislature fixed a loophole in the last session that dates back to the days when interstate commerce by regular folks was not a Continue reading TEXAS – The Days Of Escaping Sales Taxes By Shopping Online Are Over In Texas And Most States

TEXAS – 2019 Sales Tax Holiday Set for Aug. 9-11

During this annual sales tax holiday, you can buy most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for less than $100) tax free from a Texas store or from an online or catalog seller doing business in Texas. For More Information Visit: Continue reading TEXAS – 2019 Sales Tax Holiday Set for Aug. 9-11

Texas – July State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled Nearly $2.9 Billion

AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar on Friday said state sales tax revenue totaled $2.86 billion in July, 4.3% more than in July 2018. “State sales tax revenue growth in July was moderate, with services and restaurant sectors leading the Continue reading Texas – July State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled Nearly $2.9 Billion

Texas – Sales Tax Holiday Set For Aug. 9-11, 2019

Don’t forget, this year’s Sales Tax Holiday is coming up fast! The holiday is set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 9-11. What’s Tax-Free? Texas law exempts the following items, with a few exceptions, from sales and use taxes, if priced Continue reading Texas – Sales Tax Holiday Set For Aug. 9-11, 2019

Texas – Sales Tax Holiday August 9, 2019 thru August 11, 2019

During this annual sales tax holiday, you can buy most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for less than $100) tax free from a Texas store or from an online or catalog seller doing business in Texas. In most cases, you Continue reading Texas – Sales Tax Holiday August 9, 2019 thru August 11, 2019

Texas – Top 7 Facts About Texas’ Booming Economy

Everything is quite literally bigger in Texas. Here are 7 facts about the Lone Star State’s booming economy. 1. Texas has the 10th-largest GDP in the world, if it were its own country. According to a report by the American Enterprise Continue reading Texas – Top 7 Facts About Texas’ Booming Economy