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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

March

Texas’ Unbanked and Underbanked

Nearly 8 percent of Texas households don't even have a bank or credit union account, excluding them from everything from ATMs to online shopping.


February

Broadband Expansion in Texas

Today, a broadband internet connection is increasingly seen as a requirement, not a luxury. But how can we ensure that all Texans can have access to high-speed internet?


February

The (Gradual) 5G Revolution

The next stage of mobile connectivity, called “5G,” could lead to another industrial revolution. But 5G isn’t widely available yet and hasn’t achieved anything like its full potential.



November

Chapter 313: Trading Tax Limitations for Development The Texas Economic Development Act and the Industries That Benefit From It

Chapter 313 of the Texas Tax Code is one of the state’s most widely used incentive programs to encourage business investment and economic development.


October

Uninsured Texans Many More Lose Coverage in Pandemic

Texas has both the highest number and the highest percentage of uninsured residents in the nation, and many more Texans lost coverage this year.


October

“Local Funds”: State Money Outside the Treasury New Report Addresses Little-Known State Funds

Billions in state funds are controlled directly by state agencies and institutions of higher education, outside the regular budgeting and appropriations process.


September

Revised Certification Revenue Estimate Tracing the Pandemic's Impact on State Revenues

Extraordinary circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the Comptroller’s office to update its outlook for the Texas economy.


September

Texas Unemployment Still High Job Effects Linger Months Into Pandemic

The state economy is growing once again, but Texas unemployment remains well above levels seen in the last recession.


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