Sales Tax Rebates To Most Area Counties Up In December & For All Of 2022

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reported this week that sales tax rebates of $665 million will be distributed to Texas cities and counties in December — an 11% increase over the same month last year. For all of 2022, rebates to local communities across the State were up 13% at $8.1 billion.

November rebates are based on sales taxes collected in October.

McCulloch County’s tax rebate in Dec. is off 4% from last year at $156,000.  For all of 2022, McCulloch County’s rebate was flat at $1.8 million.  For the City of Brady, the sales tax rebate in December is down 4% at $105,000, but up 1% for the entire year at $1.3 million.

Mason County’s rebate for the month is up 5% at $32,000.  On a year-to-date basis, Mason County’s rebate was up 10% at $390,000.

In Menard County, the December rebate totaled $27,000, up 9% from last year.  Year-to-date, the Menard County rebate was down 4% from last year at $337,000.

Concho County had a December rebate of $27,000, up 3% from last year. Through December, however, Concho County’s tax rebates is down 5% from 2021 at $351,000.

San Saba County’s December rebate is $75,000, flat with last year.  Year-to-date, San Saba County’s rebate was up 7% at $979,000.