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Sales Tax Revenue for Lubbock, State Up from February 2011

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs Wednesday announced that sales tax revenue for the State of Texas in February was $2.01 billion, a 14.8 percent increase compared to February 2011.

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Texas Comptroller Releases Drought Impact Analysis

Texas’s Comptroller is stressing the importance of water management for the State’s future prosperity.

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State Sales Tax Revenue Increases for 21st Consecutive Month

$495 million will be sent to cities, counties, transit systems, and special purpose taxing districts, a 9.1 percent increase from the same period last year.

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Comptroller’s Office to Host Tax Seminar in Lubbock

Business managers will have an opportunity to get answers to their state tax questions at a seminar in early January.

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Surviving Spouses of Disabled Vets Eligible for Tax Exemption

This measure passed handily during the Texas constitutional amendment election on November 8th.

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Texas, Lubbock Sales Tax Revenue Increases for November

“Sales tax revenue in all major economic sectors improved over a year ago,” according to Comptroller Combs.

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Texas, Lubbock Sales Tax Revenue Increases for October

More than $580 million is going to local governments in monthly sales tax revenue for October.

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Lubbock, State Sales Tax Revenue Rises Sharply for September

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs said “The recovery in Texas has brought sales tax collections almost back to peak 2008 levels, however the near-term outlook remains clouded due to the uneven performance of the U.S. economy.”

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Texas Sales Tax Holiday to Take Place Friday Through Sunday

Beginning Friday, Texas shoppers can stock up on many school supplies, clothing, and other items without paying state sales tax.

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Texas Comptroller’s Office To Hold Free Seminar to Address Business Owners’ Questions About State Taxes

The sessions are designed to help new and existing business owners understand a variety of services available from the Comptroller’s office.

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