Texas Tax Forms
If you live in the state of Texas, it’s likely you will have to pay Texas taxes including sales, use, and franchise. But remember that Texas doesn’t tax individual income, so you won’t fill out a Texas individual tax return form.
Texas State Income Tax Forms Don’t Need to Be Filled Out
Texas doesn’t tax individual income, so you will not need to fill out Texas state income tax forms.
There are other potential taxes that a resident may owe, separate from income tax. Texas taxes vary greatly from person to person. Knowing what Texas tax forms you need to complete depends on what kind property is owned, what type of business a person is in, and more.
Read on to learn more about common Texas state tax forms.
Where Do I Find Texas State Tax Forms?
If you are trying to locate, download, or print Texas tax forms, you can do so on the Texas Comptroller Website, at https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/forms/.
Here is a comprehensive list of commonly used Texas tax forms, along with instructions:
- Sales and Use Tax
- Franchise Tax
- Applications for Tax Exemption
- Agricultural and Timber Exemption Forms
- Fuels Tax, IFTA and Interstate Truckers
- Motor Vehicle Tax
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