Texas Comptroller and Sales Tax

If you are selling only tax-exempt items, you are not required to obtain a Sales & Use Tax Permit!

http://aixtcp.cpa.state.tx.us/opendocs/open32/201109242l.html

Comptroller document regarding taxable grocery foods.

http://www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/taxpubs/tx96_280.pdf

Texas Comptroller Rule on Sales Tax for Bakery Items

"Ready-to-Eat Food"


"Ready-to-eat food is typically taxable even when it is sold “to go.” Tax is not due, however, on bakery items (regardless of size, whether whole pies, for example, or individual portions) when sold without plates or eating utensils."


Contact the Texas State Comptroller for all questions regarding sales tax

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