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June 25, 2010

How to Claim a Tax Refund for Gasoline/Diesel Used in Off-Highway Equipment

Filed under: Misc — Freddie Keel @ 8:08 pm

How to Claim a Tax Refund for Gasoline/Diesel
Used in Off-Highway Equipment
Susan Combs | Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

You may request a refund of the Texas tax paid on gasoline/diesel used in
off-highway equipment by following a few simple steps.

Keep your original purchase invoice that shows the preprinted
name and address of the seller, name of purchaser,
date of purchase, type of fuel, number of gallons and the
amount of Texas state motor fuels tax paid.

Make a list of your gasoline off-highway equipment and on-road vehicles that you own or operate.(lawn mowers, outboard motor,  weed eater, chain saw,  generator, tractors, atv, etc)

Send a completed Texas Claim for Refund of Gasoline or Diesel Fuel Taxes
(http://www.window.state.tx.us/taxinfo/taxforms/06-forms.html) to the address
listed below. Your claim must be postmarked no later than ONE YEAR from
the first day of the calendar month following the date of purchase or use if the
gasoline is withdrawn from your own bulk storage.

Additional information concerning Texas gasoline and diesel fuel tax refunds can
be found in Comptroller rules 3.430, 3.431, 3.432, 3.433, 3.435, 3.440 and 3.448

We can only issue refunds on claims that are timely postmarked and supported
with purchase invoices, equipment lists and distribution logs. These documents
must be available upon request.

If you have questions concerning Texas gasoline tax refunds, call us toll free at
(800) 252-1383, or in Austin at (512) 463-4600.
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Revenue Accounting Division
111 E. 17th Street
Austin, Texas 78774-0100

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