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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Top 20 City Sales and Use Tax Comparison Summary - January 2016

NOTE: Some jurisdictions may have changed tax rates, thus affecting the comparison.
See Local Sales Tax Rate Information Report for a list of jurisdictions who have changed rates in the preceding 14 months.

U/C = Unable to compute percentage change.

City Net Payment
This Period
Comparable Payment
Prior Year
% Change 2016 Payments
To Date
2015 Payments
To Date
% Change
Houston 51,032,742.33 52,121,970.17 -2.08% 51,032,742.33 52,121,970.17 -2.08%
San Antonio 23,988,875.41 23,315,822.40 2.88% 23,988,875.41 23,315,822.40 2.88%
Dallas 20,463,935.53 19,166,937.62 6.76% 20,463,935.53 19,166,937.62 6.76%
Austin 15,531,466.41 14,622,060.33 6.21% 15,531,466.41 14,622,060.33 6.21%
Fort Worth 10,039,392.41 9,872,342.26 1.69% 10,039,392.41 9,872,342.26 1.69%
Arlington 7,457,409.39 7,047,400.69 5.81% 7,457,409.39 7,047,400.69 5.81%
El Paso 6,696,316.70 6,511,684.03 2.83% 6,696,316.70 6,511,684.03 2.83%
Plano 5,785,537.52 5,997,871.35 -3.54% 5,785,537.52 5,997,871.35 -3.54%
Corpus Christi 5,614,640.37 5,923,647.12 -5.21% 5,614,640.37 5,923,647.12 -5.21%
Frisco 5,550,315.01 6,059,107.23 -8.39% 5,550,315.01 6,059,107.23 -8.39%
Amarillo 5,466,387.75 5,638,989.77 -3.06% 5,466,387.75 5,638,989.77 -3.06%
Round Rock 5,260,059.27 5,373,940.99 -2.11% 5,260,059.27 5,373,940.99 -2.11%
Irving 5,088,854.57 4,571,718.39 11.31% 5,088,854.57 4,571,718.39 11.31%
McAllen 4,922,751.10 5,360,226.64 -8.16% 4,922,751.10 5,360,226.64 -8.16%
Lubbock 4,886,366.66 4,823,099.01 1.31% 4,886,366.66 4,823,099.01 1.31%
Midland 4,231,027.66 5,555,668.29 -23.84% 4,231,027.66 5,555,668.29 -23.84%
Sugar Land 4,190,161.20 4,113,498.77 1.86% 4,190,161.20 4,113,498.77 1.86%
Grand Prairie 3,640,304.34 3,365,280.92 8.17% 3,640,304.34 3,365,280.92 8.17%
McKinney 3,319,142.15 3,272,568.97 1.42% 3,319,142.15 3,272,568.97 1.42%
Odessa 3,239,572.37 3,850,152.55 -15.85% 3,239,572.37 3,850,152.55 -15.85%

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