This profile is your personal user account. It is your responsibility to keep your information confidential and current. Current information will enable the Comptroller’s office to provide you with better customer service.
User ID: Your User ID must be 7-25 characters – letters and numbers – no spaces or special characters. The User ID is not case sensitive.
Enter your ID in the space provided and select Check Availability.
If you receive the message The desired User ID is available. continue with the rest of the form.
If you receive the message User ID is already being used, you can enter one of the alternate suggestions or choose a completely new ID.
Email Address: Enter your email address.
If you receive the message Email Address is already registered with a User ID. Select Cancel on this page, then select the "I forgot my User ID" function., that means there is already an account using that email address.
By selecting I forgot my User ID and following the instructions, you can retrieve the user ID for that account.
If you are sure your email address is correct and you have never created an eSystems account in the past, call us at 800-442-3453.
Re-enter Email Address: Enter your email address again, exactly as you entered it the first time.
First Name: Enter your first name.
Middle Initial: Enter your middle initial. (optional)
Last Name: Enter your last name.
Daytime Telephone: Enter your telephone number, area code first and extension if necessary.
Enter Password: Create a password for your account.
Your password must:
Confirm Password: Enter your password again, exactly as you entered it the first time.
Select Continue to proceed to Step 2.
Security Question and Answer: Select a Security Question from the drop down list and type the answer in the box provided.
Refer to the Security Tips on the page for help.
The answer is not case sensitive.
Selecting Cancel will exit the system and your account is will not be created.
Your profile has been created successfully.
If your question is not addressed here, contact us.
In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Apple Safari.