Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Audit Field Offices

Tax Assistance and Customer Service Response Times

We are committed to responding to calls and emails as quickly as possible. See our call tips and peak schedule for details on factors that may impact response times.

Field Offices

About Audit Field Offices

Audit Division field offices can assist you by processing audit payments and performing necessary file maintenance for taxpayers who are currently being audited; however, Audit field offices perform no other direct taxpayer services. Many Audit field offices are located near Taxpayer Services and Collections field offices, which provide a broad array of taxpayer services such as helping you file returns and apply for tax permits.

Office Hours

Please see the list below for specific days and hours of operation. Offices are closed on national holidays and may be closed or partially-staffed on state holidays.

For locations and hours of operation of our Enforcement Field Offices, please see our Taxpayer Services and Collections Field Offices web page.





Corpus Christi


El Paso

This field office is located near a road currently undergoing construction, which could delay your visit if you travel on Kansas Street via Interstate Highway 10. Construction began in early February 2015 and is slated for completion in three months. During this period, you may need to allow for additional time to visit our office, or you may wish to access Comptroller services through our Virtual Field Office website .

Fort Worth



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San Antonio



Chicago, Illinois

Los Angeles, California

New York, New York

Tulsa, Oklahoma

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