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Texas and its distinct, diverse regions play a key role in the national economy. Our new TexIndex tool shows how Texas and its regions compare to other states in areas like the under-18 population, computer ownership, academic degrees and taxes. This tool builds on the Comptroller’s commitment to monitor and report on the health of Texas’ economy.
Cybersecurity has a near-zero unemployment rate, an average annual wage of $110,000 and is expected to increase by more than 34 percent over the next 10 years. We take a detailed look at the economic impact made by the Texas cybersecurity industry and what four Texas universities are doing to meet the state and nation’s information security needs.
NASA’s Texas operations employed about 11,000 last year, and the Comptroller’s office estimates it contributed more than $4.7 billion to the state’s GDP. Take a look as we explore in detail the economic benefits of the Johnson Space Center and beyond.
Comptroller Resources for Taxpayers
Effective first quarter of 2020 (Filing Period 201), the Comptroller’s office will no longer mail Form 56-101, International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) Report (PDF) and Form 56-102, IFTA Fuel Tax Report Supplement (PDF). For more information about filing using Webfile, see our International Fuel Tax Agreement page.
Our office will be closed Jan. 20 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. For your convenience, our online services are available 24/7 at Comptroller.Texas.Gov.
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