Comptroller’s Office Extends Texas Franchise Tax Deadline

In response to the coronavirus pandemic and following the lead of the IRS, Glenn Hegar, Comptroller for the State of Texas, announced that state franchise tax filings that are ordinarily due on May 15th are extended until July 15th.

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Topics: Accounting Tips, Tax, SALT, coronavirus, COVID-19, CARES Act

2019: Texas Legislature Update

The 86th Texas Legislature did not pass many tax-related bills, but those that passed could have significant consequences. 

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Topics: SALT, State and local taxes, Texas

The Wayfair Decision Part 2

In response to the Supreme Court decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair (click here for our previous article on this subject), the Texas Comptroller has adopted amendments to Rule 3.286 regarding “remote sellers” (vendors with no physical presence in Texas).  These amendments go into effect on January 1, 2019.


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Topics: SALT, Wayfair, State and local taxes, LGT

Why the Wayfair Decision Could Change How You Do Business.

The Wayfair decision

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Topics: SALT, Wayfair

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