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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Help is Available February 22, 2021

This page offers tools for taxpayers, local governments and those who do business with our agency. We will update these pages regularly as the emergency situation continues to evolve. Please check back often, and remember that we’re here to help businesses and taxpayers through these difficult times.

Resources for taxpayers and small business assistance includes information on tax filing relief and postponements of tax payment plans.

Local government stimulus assistance contains the latest information on stimulus funding to be made available to local governments under the recent federal CARES Act.

The agency response and changes to business operations button below contains news on how we have adapted and altered various agency functions during the COVID-19 crisis, including audit, treasury operations, warrant distribution, property tax assistance and more.

To find Texas COVID-19 test collection sites, use the online mapping tool.

A Note on Taxes

The Comptroller’s office understands the tremendous strain the pandemic and its related closures have placed on businesses throughout our state. We’re grateful that virtually all of our taxpayers are doing their best to remain in compliance with Texas tax requirements, and we want to ease this burden whenever possible.

We will continue to extend the payment deadline for the motor vehicle tax due on purchases until April 14, 2021, which is consistent with the announcement (PDF) by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to end the temporary waiver for title and registration on certain vehicles.

For businesses struggling to pay the full amount of sales taxes they collect from customers, a short-term payment agreement may be available.

For more information on these accommodations, please see Resources for taxpayers and small business assistance below.

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