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How to Find Your 11-Digit Sales Tax Taxpayer Number [Official]

How to Find Your 11-Digit Sales Tax Taxpayer Number [Official]


If you don’t have a Webfile account view our
how to create a Webfile account video to learn how to sign up. If you already have an account, let’s continue. I’m going to show you how to locate your 11
digit taxpayer number. This number is necessary to file a return
or make a payment. Your taxpayer number starts with a 3 or 1
and was provided to you by Comptroller of public accounts. If you are filing for franchise tax, go to
our how to find your franchise tax number video. Let’s get started. To find your taxpayer number, go to the Comptroller’s
website. Choose the type of tax you need to file or
pay. This will provide you with the 11 digit taxpayer
number you are searching for. Once you’ve picked the appropriate tax, find
your taxpayer number by searching on the federal employee identification number or EIN, legal
name, city or zip code to find the taxpayer number. Try your legal name first. Here are three easy tips to help you search. One: keep it simple. Use as little information as possible while
keeping your search terms unique. Two: If you get too many results, add the
mailing zip code to your search. Three: You can search using one or more fields. The more detailed the search, the more specific
the results will be. Click search to begin your search. The taxpayer search will provide the Texas
Taxpayer Number, taxpayer name, address, city, state, zip and business type. Make sure you verify all of the information. IF you can’t find your taxpayer number, call
1-800-252-5555.

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