The Texas Comptroller announced possible Texas tax deadline extensions of some tax deadlines for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The Comptroller may grant tax deadline extensions to file state tax returns and pay certain taxes, such as the Texas sales and use tax, of up to 90 days. Such Texas tax deadline extensions are available to taxpayers in areas that have been declared disaster areas. This declaration from the Governor of Texas lists the 54 counties currently declared disaster areas as a result of Hurricane Harvey. Businesses in these areas seeking Texas tax deadline extensions may request them by calling the Texas Comptroller’s tax assistance hotline at 1-800-252-5555. For more information on tax deadline extensions, please see this statement from the Texas Comptroller.
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