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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

Stamp Order Request

Order cigarette stamps.

The distributor must affix a stamp to each package within 96 hours of receipt. The stamp serves as evidence that state tax has been paid.

Note: The Comptroller will not process cigarette stamp orders on half-day or full-day holidays.

Learn more about ordering cigarette stamps (PDF).

Outstanding Invoices (Stamp Order)

View all current outstanding invoices on stamp orders.

Stamps will not be issued if there are any invoices over 30 days unpaid.

Stamp Credit Request

A cigarette distributor must submit a written request for credit of taxes previously paid on cigarettes deemed unusable and returned to the manufacturer because the products became “stale” or unfit for sale. This request must be submitted on company letterhead.

Supporting Documentation

The distributor must submit a notarized credit memo and supporting affidavit – issued by the manufacturer – verifying the type and amount of the products returned.

Original Report

You can file an original report with Webfile. An original return is the first return filed per period with the Comptroller's Office.

Amended Report

Amended returns must be submitted on a paper form. Instructions for requesting a refund are available at Cigarette and Cigar/Tobacco Taxes Refunds.

Mail amended returns with a credit balance to:

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
111 E. 17th Street
Austin, TX 78774-0100

Forms can be downloaded from Comptroller.Texas.Gov, and are also available at the Texas Comptroller's field office nearest you.

Mail amended returns with a credit balance to:

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
111 East 17th Street
Austin, Texas 78774

Make a Payment Only

Payments can be submitted using the Webfile system for the current report period without filing a report. You can also submit a payment for a period with an open liability.

View Transaction History

Transaction History reflects a history of electronic reports and payments transmitted via the Webfile system.

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