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The 05-102 Form is filed by a director, competent officer, or authorized person. All of the Texas franchise tax public information reports\u200b are to send to one addressee: Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, PO Box 149348, Austin, TX 78714-9348.
See instructions. If the report is not a combined report and the circle was blackened in error, notify our office in writing (Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, P.O. Box 149348, Austin, TX 78714-9348).
Each taxable entity formed in Texas or doing business in Texas must file and pay franchise tax.
Texas Tax Code Section 171.001 imposes franchise tax on each taxable entity that is formed in or doing business in this state. All taxable entities must file completed franchise tax and information reports each year.
A franchise tax report supporting the amount of tax due (Form 05-158, Texas Franchise Tax Report (PDF), or Form 05-169, Texas Franchise Tax EZ Computation Report (PDF)) must be filed.
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Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, entities legally formed as corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited partnerships, professional associations and financial institutions must file Form 05-102, Texas Franchise Tax Public Information Report, as part of their franchise tax filing.
The no tax due threshold is as follows: $1,230,000 for reports due in 2022-2023. $1,180,000 for reports due in 2020-2021. $1,130,000 for reports due in 2018-2019.
No, Form 05-102 can only be e-filed as part of the Texas Franchise Tax return. If separate filing is desired, the form must be paper filed with the taxing authority.
The Texas Annual Franchise Tax Report can be submitted online or by mail. Either way, you'll need to visit the Texas Comptroller website. On the state website, go to the Franchise Tax page. If you wish to file online, click \u201cwebfile eSystems Login.\u201d If you wish you to file by mail, click \u201cForms.\u201d
The Texas Tax Code provides an exemption from franchise tax and sales tax to: Nonprofit organizations with an exemption from Internal Revenue Service (IRS) under IRC Section 501(c) (3), (4), (8), (10) or (19);

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