Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Please mail correspondence and other items to:

State Comptroller
P.O. Box 13528
Austin, TX 78711-3528

P.O. Box Information for Tax Reports

The following post office boxes are to be used for the receipt of Comptroller tax reports only. Please do not use these addresses for tax correspondence and other items.

P.O. Boxes for Tax Reports Only

P.O. Box 149348
Austin TX 78714-9348

  • Franchise Tax

P.O. Box 149354
Austin TX 78714-9354

  • Custom Broker
  • Direct Sales Tax
  • Long Sales Tax

P.O. Box 149355
Austin TX 78714-9355

  • Short Sales Tax

P.O. Box 149356
Austin TX 78714-9356

  • 9-1-1 Emergency Communication
  • Hotel
  • Insurance
  • Mixed Beverage
  • Sexually Oriented Business Fee

P.O. Box 149357
Austin TX 78714-9357

  • IFTA
  • L G Decals
  • Motor Fuels
  • Petroleum Product Delivery Fee

P.O. Box 149358
Austin TX 78714-9358

  • Crude Oil
  • Natural Gas

P.O. Box 149359
Austin TX 78714-9359

  • Underpayment/Billing Notices

P.O. Box 149360
Austin TX 78714-9360

  • Automotive Oil
  • Boat Motor Sales
  • Coastal Protection Fee
  • Commercial Mobile Service Providers
  • Manufactured Housing
  • Maquiladora
  • Motor Vehicle Rental
  • Motor Vehicle Rental Prepayment
  • Motor Vehicle Sales
  • Motor Vehicle Seller-Finance
  • Motor Vehicle Seller-Finance Prepayment
  • Motor Vehicle Surcharge
  • School Fund Benefit Fee
  • Telecommunication Utilities
  • Tire/Battery

P.O. Box 149361
Austin TX 78714-9361

  • Amusement Tax-Coin Operated Renewals (Registration and General)
  • Cement Tax
  • Child Safety Seat and Seat Belt Violation Fines
  • Cigarette/Tobacco Products
  • Civil Fees
  • Compensation to Victims of Crime Auxillary Fund
  • Compensation to Victims of Crime Auxillary Fund Supplement
  • Drug Court Program Account
  • Excess Highway Fines
  • Fireworks Return
  • Gross Receipts-Utilities
  • Legal Services for Indigents and Supreme Court Fees
  • Loan Administration Fee
  • Local Sports Venue District Tax
  • Off-Road Heavy Duty Diesel Surcharge
  • Oil and Gas Well Servicing
  • Oyster
  • Photographic Enforcement Systems
  • Sexual Assualt/Substance Abuse Programs
  • Sexual Assualt/Substance Abuse Programs supplement
  • State Criminal Costs and Fees-City Quarterly Report
  • State Criminal Costs and Fees-County Quarterly Report
  • Sulphur
  • Texas County Lateral Road and Bridge Expenditures Yearly Report
  • Texas Excess Motor Carrier Fines

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