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Texas Tax Office Phone Numbers and Information

Texas Tax Assistance Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Other divisions’ hours are 8 a.m to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Offices are closed on national holidays and may be closed or partially-staffed on state holidays.

Frequently-Called Numbers

Sales and Use Taxes 1-800-252-5555
Franchise Tax 1-800-252-1381
Certificates of Account Status/Good Standing 1-800-252-1386
WebFile Help 1-800-531-5441
ext. 3-3630




All Toll-Free Numbers – Alphabetically

911 Emergency Service/Equalization Surcharge 1-800-252-5555
Automotive Oil Fee 1-800-252-5555
Bank Franchise Tax 1-800-252-1381
Battery Fee 1-800-252-5555
Boat and Boat Motor Sales Tax 1-800-252-5555
Cement Tax 1-800-531-5441
Certificates of Account Status/Good Standing 1-800-252-1386
Cigarette, Cigar and/or Tobacco Products 1-800-862-2260
Clean Vehicle Incentive Program 1-800-252-1382
Coastal Protection Fee 1-800-252-1384
Coin-Operated Machine Tax 1-800-252-1385
Collections 1-800-252-8880
Crude Oil Production Tax 1-800-252-1384
Customer Service/Ombudsman 1-888-334-4112
Customs Broker 1-800-252-5555
Español 1-800-252-7875
Fax on Demand 1-800-531-1441
Fireworks Tax 1-800-252-5555
Franchise Tax 1-800-252-1381
Fuels Tax 1-800-252-1383
GETPUB: To Order Forms & Publications 1-800-252-1389
Hotel Occupancy Tax 1-800-252-1385
IFTA 1-800-252-1383
Inheritance Tax 1-800-531-5441
Insurance Tax 1-800-252-1387
Interest Rate 1-877-447-2834
LG Decals 1-800-252-1383
Local Revenue 1-800-531-5441
Manufactured Housing Tax 1-800-252-1382
Miscellaneous Gross Receipts Taxes 1-800-531-5441
Mixed Beverage Tax 1-800-252-5555
Motor Vehicle Registration Surcharge 1-800-252-1382
Motor Vehicle Sales Surcharge,
Rental and Seller Financed Sales Tax
1-800-252-1382
Natural Gas Production Tax 1-800-252-1384
Off-Road, Heavy-Duty Diesel
Equipment Surcharge
1-800-252-5555
Officer and Director Information 1-800-252-1386
Oil Well Servicing Tax 1-800-531-5441
Oyster Fee 1-800-252-5555
Petroleum Products Delivery Fee 1-800-252-1383
Property Tax 1-800-252-9121
Sales and Use Taxes 1-800-252-5555
School Fund Benefit Fee 1-800-252-1383
Sulphur Tax 1-800-531-5441
Tax Practitioners 1-800-248-4093
Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund (TIF) 1-800-252-5555
TELEFILE: To File by Phone 1-888-434-5464
Texas Tomorrow Fund 1-800-445-4723
Unclaimed Property Claimants 1-800-321-2274
Unclaimed Property Holders 1-800-321-2274
Unclaimed Property Name Searches 1-800-654-3463
Voluntary Disclosure Agreement (VDA) 1-800-688-6829
WebFile Help 1-800-531-5441
ext. 3-3630
Window on State Government
Web Site Help Line
1-800-531-5441
ext. 5-0996
475-0996 (Austin)

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  1. Please see contact information for the IRS regarding your refund.
    Individuals
    800-829-1040
    7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time

    Businesses
    800-829-4933
    7 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time

    Non-profit taxes
    877-829-5500
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time

    Estate and gift taxes
    866-699-4083
    8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern time

    Excise taxes
    866-699-4096
    ​​​​​8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time

    Overseas callers
    Use our International Services page.

    Callers who are hearing impaired
    TTY/TDD 800-829-4059

    Requesting a face-to-face meeting for help
    You can make an appointment at an IRS local office to get help. Appointment times vary by tax issues and office locations.

    You can find the office closest to you with our Taxpayer Assistance Locator tool. Once you find your local office, call 844-545-5640 to schedule an appointment.

    IRS offices are closed on federal holidays.

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