Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reported this week that sales tax rebates of $1 billion will be distributed to Texas cities and counties in June, up 11% over June of 2021.
June rebates are based on sales taxes collected in April.
McCulloch County’s tax rebate in June is down 1% from last year at $155,00, but up 1% through the first six months at $939,000. For the City of Brady, the sales tax rebate in June is off 2% at $104,000, with the rebate up one-half of one percent year-to-date at 635,000.
Mason County’s rebate for the month is up 2% for the month at $31,000, and Mason County’s rebate in 2022 is up 15% at $190,000.
In Menard County, the June rebate totaled $25,000, flat with last year. Year-to-date, the Menard County rebate is also flat at $165,000.
Concho County had a June rebate of $26,000, falt with last year. Through June, Concho County’s tax rebates are down 18% from 2021 at $166,000.
San Saba County’s June rebate is $80,000, up 7% from last year. And, year-to-date, San Saba County’s rebate is also up 8% at $506,000.