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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar Certifies 2022-23 State Budget

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today announced his certification of Senate Bill 1, the general appropriations act that was approved by both houses during the recently gaveled regular session of the 87th Texas Legislature. The bill now heads to the desk of Gov. Greg Abbott. SB 1 appropriates $248.6 billion in...
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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar Certifies 2022-23 State Budget

AUSTIN, TX – Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today announced his certification of Senate Bill 1, the general appropriations act that was approved by both houses during the recently gaveled regular session of the 87th Texas Legislature. The bill now heads to the desk of Gov. Greg Abbott. SB 1 appropriates...
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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar Revises Revenue Estimate, Projects a Fiscal 2021 Ending Balance of $1.67 Billion More than January Estimate

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today revised the Biennial Revenue Estimate (BRE) and now projects 2020-21 revenue available for general-purpose spending to be $113.88 billion and the ending balance in General Revenue-Related (GR-R) funds to be $725 million, an increase of $1.67 billion from the negative balance projected in the January 2021 BRE.
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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar to Release Revised Biennial Revenue Estimate

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar will issue a revision to the Biennial Revenue Estimate (BRE) on Monday, May 3. Hegar’s revision updates his original January BRE and is based on changes in estimated revenue collections and updated Legislative Budget Board estimates of the state obligation for Foundation School Program (FSP) funding. Hegar will host a virtual news conference at 2 p.m. to discuss the revenue estimate. Members of the media can watch the news conference via Microsoft […]
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Comptroller Glenn Hegar distributes $677 million in monthly sales tax revenue to local governments

AUSTIN - Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $677.3 million in local sales tax allocations for April, 3.5 percent less than in April 2020. These allocations are based on sales made in February by businesses that report tax monthly. And case you're interested in how other Texas cities compared for the same reporting period, April 2020 vs. April 2021, Austin was down 6.81 percent, Brownsville up 3.52 percent, Dallas down 4.34 percent, El Paso up 9.02 percent, Houston down 4.89 percent, Laredo up 9.30 percent, and San Antonio down 7.02 percent.
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Comptroller Glenn Hegar distributes $1.05 billion in Monthly Sales Tax Revenue to local governments

AUSTIN -Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose March, 0.5 percent less than in March 2020. These allocations are based on sales made in January by businesses that report tax monthly. And case you're interested in how other Texas cities compared for the same reporting period, March 2020 vs. March 2021, Austin was down 8.87 percent, Brownsville up 13.50 percent, Dallas down 9.34 percent, El Paso up 4.67 percent, Houston down 7.69 percent, Laredo down .27 percent, and San Antonio up .59 percent.
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Comptroller Glenn Hegar distributes $1.05 billion in Monthly Sales Tax Revenue to local governments

AUSTIN - Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $1.05 billion in local sales tax allocations for February, 0.7 percent more than in February 2020. These allocations are based on sales made in December by businesses that report tax monthly; October, November and December sales by quarterly filers; and 2020 sales by businesses that report tax annually. And in case you're interested in how other Texas cities compared for the same reporting period, February 2020 vs. February 2021, Austin was down 4.67 percent, Brownsville down 2.71 percent, Dallas up 1.91 percent, El Paso down .66 percent, Houston down 3.72 percent, Laredo down .91 percent, and San Antonio up .52 percent.