Agricultural, Public Interest, and Burial Organizations May Be Exempt from the Franchise Tax
Parker, Emily A.
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Many nonprofit organizations may qualify for a franchise tax exemption, but must first submit a written application to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. These organizations are still responsible for paying other types of sales tax.
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