The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts amended its franchise tax apportionment rule, as published in proposed form in the March 10 issue of the Texas Register. The rule, which is now final, discards the “receipt-producing, end-product act” test in light of Eversheds Sutherland’s litigation in Sirius XM Radio, Inc. v. Hegar. Taxpayers should consider the new rule and potentially filing refund claims.
Read Eversheds Sutherland’s description of the Comptroller’s now-adopted amendments here. Eversheds Sutherland attorneys will continue to monitor any developments.
48 Tex. Reg. 200 (January 20, 2023) available at: