Christmas and New Year’s Holiday Hours

Quick Start for:

Comptroller’s Disaster Resources

The Comptroller's office provides a variety of resources to help Texans recover from man-made and natural disasters.

Texans who have property that has been damaged or destroyed by a disaster may claim an exemption from sales tax on labor charges to repair the damage.

In addition, business owners affected by the disaster may request an extension of time to file a tax return and pay a tax. Extensions will be granted in 30-day increments. Additional extensions can be requested up to a 90-day total.

Complete information concerning disaster-related sales tax exemptions can be found in Publication 94-182. Below you will find a list of disaster resources available in the Comptroller's office as well as in other state offices.

If you cannot find answers to your disaster relief questions in these resources, please feel free to contact our agency for assistance via Texas Tax Help or by telephone (800) 252-5555.

Disaster Relief Resources Available from
the Texas Comptroller

Disaster Relief: Frequently Asked Questions
Disasters and Texas Sales Tax (94-182)
Property Taxes in Disaster Areas and During Droughts
State Emergency Management Contingency Contract Awards

Other State Resources for Disaster Information

Office of the Governor
Governor's Division of Emergency Management
Texas Department of Transportation
Texas Online Emergency Preparedness Portal

Federal/State Economic Development Programs

Federal Resources

IRS Request for Transcript of Tax Return
IRS Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief for Individuals and Businesses

external link Links marked with this symbol are not maintained by the Texas Comptroller’s office. Please report broken links to wosg@cpa.state.tx.us.

Required Plug-ins