The top part of this page gives the legal business name and master address of a single taxpayer. The next part of the page lists all of the sales tax locations owned by that taxpayer in the state of Texas. This page will only retrieve and display up to two hundred locations for the taxpayer at a time. For a few taxpayers, such as Walmart, two hundred might not be enough. At the bottom of the list is a button that will allow you to retrieve the next two hundred locations. Using this button you can see all the locations two hundred at a time.
This is the eleven digit Id assigned by the Comptroller to the taxpayer. For security reasons, some taxpayer Ids will be blank.
This is the legal name of a business entity.
The principal legal mailing address of the business.
Active - The taxpayer has an active sales tax permit and is eligible to issue a resale certificate to their suppliers to purchase qualifying items tax-free for resale.
Inactive - The taxpayer does not have an active sales tax permit and is not eligible to purchase items tax-free for resale. You should not accept a resale certificate from a taxpayer that is 'inactive'.
Commonly referred to as an Assumed Name (DBA).
Active - This location is actively engaged in business.
Inactive - This location has closed.
Physical address for your business.
A 5-digit number assigned by the Comptroller's office to each place of business. A place of business is an established outlet, office, or location that the seller, his agent, or employee operates for the purpose of receipt of orders for taxable items. A warehouse, storage yard, or manufacturing plant is not a 'place of business of the seller' for tax permit requirement purposes unless the seller receives three or more orders in a calendar year at the warehouse, storage yard, or manufacturing plant.
Permit Begin Date
Effective date of sales and use tax permit for this location.
Permit End Date
Date sales and use tax permit was closed.