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The Texas Comptroller's office was originally created by the Texas provisional government in 1835. The Comptroller is the chief steward of the state's finances, acting as tax collector, chief accountant, chief revenue estimator and chief treasurer for all of state government, in addition to administering a number of other programs
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Sales tax allocation comparison summary reports present data on monthly local sales and use tax payments to local jurisdictions. These payments represent funds identified for local jurisdictions since the previous month’s distribution. When used with other local indicators, these reports may help indicate present and future economic trends. This table contains data for counties, Special-Purpose Districts (SPDs), Metropolitan Transit Authorities (MTAs), and city transit departments (CTDs).
The Cash Flow Report outlines the state's cash availability for the period reported. In addition, the report provides a comparison between the projected and actual cash position for the period reported.
The Special Purpose District Alternate Reporting table includes debt information that is reported by entities that are uploaded including audits, annual financial reports and the Comptroller’s Local Annual Debt Report forms.
The Special Purpose District Entities table includes information about the entities that have reported to the Comptroller’s office including their Special Purpose District’s name, Texas Taxpayer ID, website URL, report year, has bonds outstanding, gross receipts in excess of $250,000, cash and temporary investments in excess of $250,000, entity type, reporting method, total of all debt and sales and ad valorem tax rates.
The Special Purpose District Individual Debt Obligations table includes all individual debt obligation names and debt that the entities have self-reported using online form provided by the Comptroller.
The Special Purpose District Related Party table includes the special purpose district’s name, Texas taxpayer ID, contact name, board member names and titles, tax assessor, utility operator and third party name of each district. The table also includes the name of who reported for the district including their work title, email address, company name, phone number and physical address.
The data or facts (facts are more than mere bragging) help to understand situation,How’s the economy? What about taxes? Debt? Personal wages? in Texas as compare to other Economy which help policymakers and taxpayers to make better policies and investment for future of Texas.
The Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas forecasts revenue for the state, making it vitally important that keep a finger on the pulse of the economy. Third-party sources compiled the source data for these rankings; our office has not independently verified the data. The Comptroller does not control or guarantee the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of any source data — provided as of the date indicated — or related website. When you access any third-party website, you will be leaving the Comptroller’s website.
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