A city, county, special purpose district (SPD) or transit authority that either elects to impose or abolish a local sales and use tax OR elects to change its sales and use tax rate must notify the Comptroller's office to set the date to begin collecting the new rate. After receiving this notification, the Comptroller then notifies:
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If you have questions about Local Sales and Use Tax rate changes, or if you want copies of the new taxing authorities boundaries (submitted maps), please contact us.
When cities that have adopted a local sales and use tax annex areas into or disannex areas out of their city limits, the Comptroller must be notified in order to set the date to begin or stop collection of applicable local sales and use taxes in the affected areas.
After receiving this notification, the Comptroller will then notify:
If a transit authority or SPD is located in the city, or if the city collects Mixed Beverage Tax, these additional local taxes will be imposed or repealed accordingly in the annexed or disannexed area(s).
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For specific information about a city's ordinance, please contact the city. If you have questions about Local Sales and Use Tax annexation and disannexation information, or if you want copies of the boundary changes, including ordinances and maps, please contact us at Taxalloc.RevAcct@cpa.texas.gov.
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.