Understanding how state government collects and spends tax dollars shouldn’t be difficult.
Our powerful visualization tool gives you an unprecedented look into state government finance and allows you to download the data for further analysis. Tabular data, charts and graphs help taxpayers, researchers and policymakers see and understand government data with new perspectives. The tool provides different viewing options, including:
Note: The Comptroller's State Revenue and Expenditure tool replaces the Where the Money Goes / Where the Money Comes From tools.
If you have questions about the tool, please contact us.
All Economic Development Corporations (EDCs) must file an annual report with the Comptroller’s office by April 1 of each year, providing data from the previous fiscal year. This tool helps you explore this data.
This application allows you to explore the various fees from constables' offices in the state of Texas. You can compare fees between counties, and view fee trends over time.
The Comptroller’s office compiles debt statistics on Texas cities, counties, school districts and community college districts into user-friendly, one-stop summaries.
This series of charts, updated weekly, details statewide economic indicators including home sales, unemployment, nonfarm employment, retail sales tax collections and more.
If you have questions using our tools or finding data, please 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.