The County Tax Assessor-Collector is responsible for collecting and reporting motor vehicle sales tax to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. They also register motor vehicles, issues license plates, registration stickers, and titles for motor vehicles.
This online course will help the Tax Assessor-Collector understand the duties for collecting motor vehicle sales tax, duties for remitting motor vehicle sales tax to the Comptroller, bonding requirements, procedures for retaining the annual commission, and records retention policies for documents related to these duties.
A certificate of completion for one (1) hour of continuing education credit awarded by the V.G. Young Institute of County Government, a part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, will be available after successfully completing the course material. This course is approved for CE credit by the Tax Assessor-Collectors Association of Texas.
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