Taxes

One of the key advantages in our area is that neither Texas nor Garland imposes any of the following:

  • Personal income tax
  • State property tax
  • Local Occupation tax
  • Local wage tax
  • Gross receipts tax

Below are some of the taxes that all cities in Texas have along with the tax rates for Garland.

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The Texas franchise tax is a privilege tax imposed on each taxable entity chartered or organized in Texas or those doing business in Texas. The revised franchise tax applies to partnerships (general, limited and limited liability), corporations, LLCs, business trusts, professional associations, business associations, joint ventures and other legal entities.

Franchise Tax

The revised franchise tax does not apply to:

  • Sole proprietorships (except the tax does apply to single member LLCs filing as a sole proprietor for federal income tax purposes)
  • General partnerships directly and solely owned by natural persons (except the tax does apply to all limited liability partnerships)
  • Entities exempt under Subchapter B of Chapter 171
  • Passive entities (as defined under TTC 171.0003). Note that some passive entities have an annual reporting requirement to affirm their passive status.

The franchise tax rates are:

  • 1.0% (.01) for most entities
  • 0.5% (.005) for qualifying wholesalers and retailers
  • 0.575% for those entities with $10 million or less in Total Revenue (annualized per 12 month period on which the report is based) electing the E-Z Computation

Specific tax information is available through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts and entities listed below.