Do you use a Social Security or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number to access your state payment information? The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts has assigned you a random 11-digit number that begins with 7 to protect your personal information.
To set up access and every time you log in, you need to select the type of identification number you plan to enter:
|If you receive state payments under your …||Then your TIN begins with …|
|Social Security or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number,||7|
|Employee Identification Number,||1|
|Comptroller-assigned number (for foreign entities or other special circumstances),||3|
Enter the number without spaces or dashes and choose “Continue.”
Because payment data may be confidential, the Comptroller’s office requires authentication of your access to the payment account when you:
To use the application you must:
If you have questions about this screen, please email email@example.com or call 512-936-8138.
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