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Texas Sales Tax Holiday is Aug. 10-12
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Texas Sales Tax Holiday is Aug. 10-12

(from Texas Comptroller ) Texas Sales Tax Holiday is Aug. 10-12, 2018 (AUSTIN) — Whether you’re in need of book bags, blackboard chalk or bell-bottom pants, Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar is reminding shoppers they can save money on those and certain other items during the state’s sales tax holiday. This […]

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Comptroller  Announces Highest Ratings for Texas Short-Term Notes
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Comptroller Announces Highest Ratings for Texas Short-Term Notes

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar Announces Highest Ratings for Texas Short-Term Notes (AUSTIN) — Wall Street credit ratings firms have given their highest ratings to this year’s Texas Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes (TRANs), which will allow the state to manage cash-flow needs for fiscal 2018. “Texas received the highest short-term […]

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Comptroller Certifies Texas’ 2018-19 Budget
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Comptroller Certifies Texas’ 2018-19 Budget

(from Texas Comptroller) Statement from Texas’ Comptroller Glenn Hegar The 2017 regular session of the Texas Legislature was contentious and occasionally chaotic — but then, they often are. As a former legislator myself, I know how hard preparing the state’s biennial budget can be, and how thankless the job can […]

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State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.4 Billion in February
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State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.4 Billion in February

(from Texas Comptroller’s Office) State Sales Tax Revenue Totaled $2.4 Billion in February. (AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said today that state sales tax revenue totaled $2.4 billion in February, 4.4 percent more than in February 2016. “Growth in sales tax revenue was due to increased collections from most […]

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Texas Comptroller Hegar Releases Biennial Estimate $104.9 Billion
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Texas Comptroller Hegar Releases Biennial Estimate $104.9 Billion

1/9/17 (from Texas Comptroller’s Office) (AUSTIN) — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar released the state’s Biennial Revenue Estimate today, showing the state is projected to have approximately $104.9 billion in revenue available for general-purpose spending during the 2018-19 biennium. This represents a 2.7 percent decrease from the amounts available for the […]

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