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  2. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts - Wikipedia

    The primary duties of the comptroller's office are to collect substantially all tax revenue owed to the State of Texas (this involves more than 60 different types of taxes from the sales tax-- the largest source of the state's tax revenue, since Texas does not have a personal income tax-- to minor items such as the "battery sales fee" -- a $2 ...

  3. Texas Tax Code Chapter 313 - Wikipedia

    A "Tax Exemptions and Tax Incidence Report" prepared by the Texas Comptroller in November, 2020, estimated that limitation agreements would reduce school districts revenues by $916 million in 2022, and over $1 billion in 2023. Program Supporters

  4. Bob Bullock - Wikipedia

    Robert Douglas Bullock (July 10, 1929 – June 18, 1999), was an American Democratic politician from Texas, whose career spanned four decades. His service culminated in his term as the 38th Lieutenant Governor of Texas from January 15, 1991, to January 19, 1999, during the term of Governor Ann Richards and the first term of Governor George W ...

  5. Economy of Texas - Wikipedia

    The state sales tax rate, 6.25%, is above the national medium, with localities adding up to 2% (8.25% total). Texas does have a "back to school" sales tax holiday once a year (generally around the first weekend in August) on clothing and footwear under $100. As for Texas's business tax climate, the state ranks 8th in the nation.

  6. Sales taxes in the United States - Wikipedia

    The Texas state sales and use tax rate is 6.25% since 1990, but local taxing jurisdictions (cities, counties, special purpose districts, and transit authorities, but specifically not including school districts) may also impose sales and use taxes up to 2% for a total of 8.25%.

  7. Government of Texas - Wikipedia

    The government of Texas operates under the Constitution of Texas and consists of a unitary democratic state government operating under a presidential system that uses the Dillon Rule, as well as governments at the county and municipal levels. Austin is the capital of Texas. The State Capitol resembles the United States Capitol in Washington, D ...

  8. Secretary of State of Texas - Wikipedia

    The secretary of state of Texas is one of the six members of the executive department of the State of Texas in the United States. Under the Constitution of Texas, the appointment is made by the governor of Texas, with confirmation by the Texas Senate . The officeholder is the chief elections officer, the protocol officer for state and ...