In response to Governor Abbot’s directive that all state agency-related conferences should be postponed until further notice, all taxpayer seminars originally scheduled for March and April are canceled. We will provide information related to future seminars on this page as they are scheduled. Online resources are available 24 hours a day. Please visit our Virtual Field Office for additional information.
The Texas Comptroller's office offers sales and use tax seminars across the state throughout the year. New taxpayers are especially encouraged to attend these overviews of tax responsibilities for buyers, sellers, and service providers.
Seminars are free and no registration is required.
Attendees set the pace of the seminars so bring all of your questions concerning tax rules, updates, forms, and procedures.
The Texas Comptroller's office can provide special seminars for organizations who request them. Just write the manager at the Texas Comptroller's office in your area.
Your comments about taxpayer seminars help us improve future seminars and taxpayer services across the state. Tell us about your seminar experience by completing our online survey.
Contact a Comptroller office in your area for more information.
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