Special Inventory Tax (TDLR #27539)

Date of Publication
July 26, 2021
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This course is designed to explain the purpose of Special Inventory and give an overview of the process.

Course Information

This course will touch on Special Inventory penalties, fines, and budget funds. It will also cover the similarities and differences between the four types of Special Inventory.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define Special Inventory Tax
  • Differentiate between the types of Special Inventory
  • Understand penalties, fines, and budget funds

This course is eligible for 2.0 CEU hours through the Tax Assessors-Collectors Association of Texas (TACA) and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR).

A certificate of completion will be available after successfully completing the course material.

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