Most Area Counties See Increase In Sales Tax Rebates In September

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reported this week that sales tax rebates of $1.04 billion will be distributed to Texas cities and counties in Sept., up 13% over September  of last year.

September  rebates are based on sales taxes collected in July.

McCulloch County’s tax rebate in Sept. is up 7% from last year at $163,000,  and up 2% year-to-date at $1.4 million .  For the City of Brady, the sales tax rebate in September is up 6% at $109,000, with the rebate up 1%  year-to-date at $969,000.

Mason County’s rebate for the month is up 23% at $30,000.  And, through nine months, Mason County’s rebate is up 14% at $290,000.

In Menard County, the September rebate totaled $27,000, up 10% from last year.  Year-to-date, the Menard County rebate is up 2% from last year at $249,000.

Concho County had an September rebate of $27,000, up 2% from last year. Through September, Concho County’s tax rebates are down 12% from 2021 at $252,000.

San Saba County’s September rebate is $71,000, down 6% from last year.  Year-to-date, San Saba County’s rebate is up 6% at $743,000.