Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Texas Finances and Economic Development

As guardian of the state’s finances, the Comptroller serves every citizen of the state. Legislators rely on the Comptroller’s office to chart the course of the Texas economy, produce annual financial reports and estimate future state revenues. State agencies trust the Comptroller to pay their bills and issue paychecks to their employees. Local officials and businesses look to this office for economic development guidance and data analysis. And all Texas residents depend on our agency to safeguard their tax dollars and ensure that they are handled wisely.

Unclaimed Property

Texas Unclaimed Property - Come and Get It

One in four Texans has unclaimed property from forgotten bank accounts, uncashed checks, security deposits and utility refunds.

There is currently about $3 billion in unclaimed property and approximately $800 million in shared property that has been partially claimed. It's never too late to make a claim. It's your money, and we want you to get it back.

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We have long championed the importance of giving Texans easier access to the information they need to make informed decisions and hold their government accountable.

Go to TexasTransparency.org to find tools that shine a light on government spending, local taxes, government debt, education debt and bond elections.

Go to the Field Guide to the Taxes of Texas

So taxpayers and legislators can better understand the state taxes that generate more than $50 billion a year, we developed A Field Guide to the Taxes of Texas. With its tablet-friendly design, the guide provides the history and rates of the taxes, estimates of future revenue and allocations, and links to in-depth state financial publications.

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Special Reports

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Required Plug-ins:

In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.


FMX Can Only Be Viewed in These Browsers

FMX is the Fiscal Management website for state agencies and institutions of higher education. To view FMX, you must use these browser versions or an earlier version.

If you have questions, please contact your agency’s IT department.