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Warrant Policies
Warrant Cashing Policies

Treasury warrants may be cashed at a teller window at the Comptroller’s Treasury Operations office in Austin, Texas, at the following location:

Thomas Jefferson Rusk State Office Building
208 E. 10th Street
Austin, Texas 78701

(512) 463-9664
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

The following policies must be followed when cashing a warrant at the Treasury Operations teller window. All identification documents must be current; expired documents will not be accepted.

Warrant payable to… Policy
An individual or multiple individuals
  1. Payee(s) must be present.
  2. Warrant must be endorsed in the presence of the teller.
  3. Texas residents require one form of a photo ID, either a:
    1. Valid Texas driver’s license or state-issued ID card
      –OR–
    2. Valid Texas Concealed Handgun License.
  4. Non-Texas residents require two forms of ID; one must be a photo ID.
    1. Primary ID may be one of the following:
      • US driver’s license or ID card
      • US military (CAC) or armed services ID
      • Passport (with photo)
      • International Consular ID or International Visa (with photo)
    2. Secondary ID may be one of the following:
      • Major credit card or retail credit card
      • Visa or MasterCard debit card
      • US Employment or US college ID (with photo)
      • US Department of State Diplomat Driver’s License or ID
      • Mexican or Canadian driver’s license (with photo).
A business
  1. All owners must be present.
  2. Warrant must be endorsed in the presence of the teller.
  3. Two acceptable identification documents are required:
    1. Primary ID may be one of the following:
      • Texas driver’s license or Texas ID card
        –OR–
      • Texas Concealed Handgun License.
    2. Secondary ID may be one of the following:
      • Articles of incorporatio
      • IRS Form SS-4 for employer identification number
      • Other business document(s), considered case-by-case
An executor(s) of an estate
  1. The payee(s) must be present.
  2. Warrant must be endorsed in the presence of the teller.
  3. Texas residents require one form of a photo ID, either a:
    1. Valid Texas driver’s license or state-issued ID card
      –OR–
    2. Valid Texas Concealed Handgun License.
  4. Non-Texas residents require two forms of ID; one must be a photo ID.
    1. Primary ID may be one of the following:
      • US driver’s license or ID card
      • US military (CAC) or armed services ID.
      • Passport (with photo)
      • International Consular ID or International Visa (with photo)
    2. Secondary ID may be one of the following:
      • Major credit card or retail credit card
      • Visa or MasterCard debit card
      • US Employment or US college ID (with photo)
      • US Department of State Diplomat Driver’s License or ID
      • Mexican or Canadian driver’s license (with photo)
  5. Probated documents are required and will be reviewed/ approved by general counsel.