As of December 2015, to contact the office of Glenn Hegar, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, call 1-800-252-5555 for help with sales and use tax questions, 1-800-252-1381 for franchise tax questions, 1-800-252-1386 for questions about certificates of account status, or 1-800-531-5441 for electro
The Texas State Comptroller of Public Accounts can be contacted through phone calls to the Comptroller's office at 800-252-5555, by visiting field offices or the Comptroller's office, or through the mail. Other numbers to contact the Texas State Comptroller's office include 512-463-4600 and fax numb
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