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Credits Taken

Are you taking credit to reduce taxes due on this return for taxes you paid in error on your own purchases? To proceed to the next page, you must answer Yes or No.

The question pertains to taxable purchases, not taxable sales.

If answering No, proceed to the Exported Sales question.

If answering Yes, enter the amount of tax credit being taken on this return for taxable purchases.

Credits Taken Amount: The amount of tax credit being taken on this return. It must be in dollars and cents and not less than zero.

Do not include prepayment or overpayments from other report periods.

This data is for informational purposes only and is not used in calculating tax due on this report.

Examples of these credits are:

  • mistakenly paying tax to a vendor on exempt manufacturing equipment
  • accrued tax on a non-taxable purchase in error
  • accrued AND paid tax on a taxable purchase.

Earliest Date of the Tax Paid in Error: Identify all transactions for this report period on which you paid tax when you should not have. Enter the oldest transaction date in this field. Earliest Date must be in mm/dd/yyyy format.

Exported Sales

Did you refund sales tax for this filing period on items exported outside the United States based on a Texas License Customs Broker Export Certificate? To proceed to the next page, you must answer Yes or No.

If answering No, proceed to the bottom of the page and choose Continue.

If answering Yes, enter the amount refunded for this return for items exported outside the United States.

Exported Sales Amount: Refunded amount must be in dollars and cents and not less than zero.

Enter the total state and local sales tax refunded for items exported outside the United States from all Texas Licensed Customs Broker Export Certificates.

Add the amount of tax listed on each Licensed Customs Broker Export Certification form for which you refunded the money during this report period.

This data is for informational purposes only and is not used in calculating tax due on this report.

For questions regarding credits taken/customs broker refunds, please call 800-252-5555.

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