Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reported this week that sales tax rebates of $1.6 billion will be distributed to Texas cities and counties in May, up 12% over May of last year.
May rebates are based on sales taxes collected in March.
McCulloch County’s tax rebate in May is down 7% from last year at $175,00, but up 1% through the first five months at $770,000. For the City of Brady, the sales tax rebate in May is off 10% at $118,000, with the rebate up 1% year-to-date at $530,000.
Mason County’s rebate for the month is up 27% for the month at $36,000, and Mason County’s rebate for May is up 18% at $159,000.
In Menard County, the May rebate totaled $31,000, up 3% from last year. Year-to-date, the Menard County rebate is even with last year at $139,000.
Concho County had a May rebate of $33,000, off 8% from last year. Through May, Concho County’s tax rebates are down 21% from 2021 at $140,000.
San Saba County’s May rebate is $88,000, up 2% from last year. And, year-to-date, San Saba County’s rebate is up 9% at $425,000.