Visual formats such as charts, graphs and maps help taxpayers, researchers and policymakers see and understand government data with new perspectives.
Texas collects billions of dollars in tax and other revenue from a variety of sources. These tools let you compare state revenue by source, and see changes in revenue collections with five-year historical data. You can also explore tax collections by tax type.
The Explore Revenue Categories tool allows you to drill into 25 state revenue categories. See how funds are allocated through associated Comptroller objects, agencies and appropriations.
Previous Fiscal Years Tax Collections allows you to compare tax collections by tax type and includes five-year historical data.
The Previous Fiscal Years Revenue tool dynamically illustrates the state of Texas’ economy. You can select different revenue sources and compare them, as well as drill down by tax type.
The Current Fiscal Year Revenue tool enables you to compare year-to-year data against tax types and makes trends easy to see.
Understanding how state government spends tax dollars shouldn’t be difficult. Our powerful visualization tools give you an unprecedented look into state government finance.
Previous Fiscal Years Expenditures allows you to select and compare items from categories such as salaries, professional services and highway construction.
Current Fiscal Years Expenditures lets you navigate state spending by major category for the current fiscal year.
Spending by Agency and Payee allows you to search the state check register by fiscal year to reveal state spending by agency, payee and expenditure.
Payments to Payee lists individual payments, transaction dates, Comptroller object codes and more.
These tools give visitors a look at where government entities stand in terms of debt and other key performance measures.
Every year the Texas Comptroller's office compiles a report that lists fees charged by sheriffs' and constables' offices in the state of Texas. This application allows you to explore the various fees, 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.
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.